New Mexico Food Trails
A Road Tripper's Guide to Hot Chile, Cold Brews, and Classic Dishes from the Land of Enchantment
New Mexico native and travel and food writer Carolyn Graham goes beyond the standard restaurant guide to detail her personal experiences traveling and eating around the state. The result is a distinctive road map of flavors, ingredients, and fusions that bring these New Mexico food trails to life.
This guide is for those who are ready to hit the road and want to be informed about the places they are visiting. It's for foodies, travelers, adventurers, and eaters who want to go beyond the online reviews to explore the culture and people of New Mexico through its cuisine. New Mexico Food Trails takes readers and road trippers on a tour of the state with their taste buds, through towns large and small, where cooks and chefs are putting their own spin on New Mexico's most famous ingredients and dishes. Take a delicious journey to find and experience some of the best dishes, drinks, flavors, textures, and terroir in the Land of Enchantment.
A new book from the University of New Mexico Press aims to teach folks how to road trip across the state while eating like geniuses. Carolyn Graham's New Mexico Food Trails looks pretty good to us.'--Santa Fe Reporter's The Fork
New Mexico Food Trails by Carolyn Graham will get you out and about in no time. The subtitle of this guidebook will entice you to explore far beyond your neighborhood or town.'--David Steinberg, Albuquerque Journal
No wonder that, given that her father was raised in Hatch, Graham has chile in her blood and definitely on her mind in this guidebook, in which readers will find a fun, readable, and useable directory for everything from breakfast burritos to margaritas and, of course, the green chile cheeseburger.'--Julia Goldberg, Santa Fe Reporter
I thought I knew New Mexico food. Turns out the state has a lifetime of gastronomic exploration. I can't wait to dig in.'--John Clary Davies, former executive editor of New Mexico Magazine
New Mexico Food Trails is a delicious guide featuring hearty recommendations from seasoned journalist Carolyn Graham. The book leads us to little-known restaurants and to places with dishes worth driving for--and our adventures are all the sweeter because of it.'--Ashley Biggers, author of Eco-Travel New Mexico: 86 Natural Destinations, Green Hotels, and Sustainable Adventures
Introduction. New Mexico Food Trails: The Start of a Delicious Road Trip
Chapter One. Our History Is Delicious
Chapter Two. Up and at 'Em: Breakfast Burritos and More
Chapter Three. What'll Ya Have, Honey? Diners and Dives
Chapter Four. Two Worlds Collide: The Green Chile Cheeseburger
Chapter Five. Two Roads: Green and Red
Chapter Six. Salt or No Salt? Margaritas
Chapter Seven. Foam on the Range: Craft Beer
Chapter Eight. Salúd: Wineries and Distilleries
Chapter Nine. The Sweet Road: Traditional Treats
Chapter Ten. Let's Go Eat: Foodie Jaunts and Quick Escapes
Chapter Eleven. The List: Twenty-Five Dishes to Drive For
Chapter Twelve. The Guide: Trails by Region and Town
About the Author
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