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Hudson Valley Duck Breast, CaraCara Orange & Spanish Green Olive Tapenade, Orange-Madeira Stock
Description: Chef Kiffin dehydrates the zest of the orange to make a spice rub for the duck with ground coriander seed. He segments CaraCara and Valencia oranges and uses the juice to make an orange infused dark poultry jus. The fennel and watercress salad is dressed in orange oil. Tips: Using citrus with duck is a classic technique so this is our modern variation on Duck a la'Orange. We sauté the duck breast skin side down and spoon the rendered fat over the top, never turning the meat. This keeps the breast from drying out and also cooks it to a perfect medium rare. For the Duck Rub: Zest of the two Oranges mixed with the toasted coriander seeds. Butcher the duck breasts into 4 portions. Place the Duck rub on the fat side and let sit unwrapped in the refrigerator for 2 hours prior to cooking. In a medium hot sauté pan, place the duck, fat side down and cook turning only once to desired temperature, keep warm. For the Tapenade, mix all the ingredients and hold at room temperature. This may be done ahead of time. Take the zested oranges, peel and cut out the segments, set aside. Take the remaining pulp and squeeze the juice into the dark poultry stock. Reduce the stock until thick, finish with Madeira and a knob of cold butter, season to taste with salt and pepper and keep warm. Prior to serving sauté the fennel and kale leaves in the olive oil. Divide the sauté on 4 warm plates, slice the duck and place on the kale, top with tapenade and orange segments, pour the orange stock over each plate and serve.
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Description: Chef Kiffin dehydrates the zest of the orange to make a spice rub for the duck with ground coriander seed. He segments CaraCara and Valencia oranges and uses the juice to make an orange infused dark poultry jus. The fennel and watercress salad is dressed in orange oil. Tips: Using citrus with duck is a classic technique so this is our modern variation on Duck a la'Orange. We sauté the duck breast skin side down and spoon the rendered fat over the top, never turning the meat. This keeps the breast from drying out and also cooks it to a perfect medium rare. For the Duck Rub: Zest of the two Oranges mixed with the toasted coriander seeds. Butcher the duck breasts into 4 portions. Place the Duck rub on the fat side and let sit unwrapped in the refrigerator for 2 hours prior to cooking. In a medium hot sauté pan, place the duck, fat side down and cook turning only once to desired temperature, keep warm. For the Tapenade, mix all the ingredients and hold at room temperature. This may be done ahead of time. Take the zested oranges, peel and cut out the segments, set aside. Take the remaining pulp and squeeze the juice into the dark poultry stock. Reduce the stock until thick, finish with Madeira and a knob of cold butter, season to taste with salt and pepper and keep warm. Prior to serving sauté the fennel and kale leaves in the olive oil. Divide the sauté on 4 warm plates, slice the duck and place on the kale, top with tapenade and orange segments, pour the orange stock over each plate and serve.
Hacienda de Leyba
Charming Hacienda located 5 miles from Downtown. Quiet neighborhood with great views. Three bedroom, 2 bathroom, large kitchen with plenty of cooking gear, upstairs den. Tile floors throughout. Wood burning stove in large living area and kiva fireplace in den. See our listing on VRBO.com (click on link above) #645619 for additional information and pictures.
1181 Chicoma Vista
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505-603-5863
Charming Hacienda located 5 miles from Downtown. Quiet neighborhood with great views. Three bedroom, 2 bathroom, large kitchen with plenty of cooking gear, upstairs den. Tile floors throughout. Wood burning stove in large living area and kiva fireplace in den. See our listing on VRBO.com (click on link above) #645619 for additional information and pictures.
Coyote Cafe & Rooftop Cantina
Coyote Cafe continues to be Santa Fe's most famous and celebrated restaurant, feted by critics and return visitors alike. We are celebrating our 25th year! Joining Coyote Cafe as Executive Chef/Owner is world renowned chef Eric Distefano (also of Geronimo) Chef DiStefano brings with him his contemporary global style of cooking that has French Asian influences accompanied with Coyote Cafe's known Southwestern Style. Must-have dishes include Griddled Buttermilk Corn Cakes with Chipotle Prawns and the legendary grilled 24 ounce "Cowboy Cut" Dry Aged Rib eye. Distefano brings along his signature dish, Peppery Elk Tenderloin, a definite favorite! Try the Miso Crusted Sea Bass, Jalapeno Beef Tartare and Five Spice Rotisserie Rock Hen with Green Chile "Mac 'n Cheese". An Award Winning Wine List is complemented by a full bar which includes unique signature cocktails. During Summer Our Rooftop Cantina serves New Mexican specialties and cocktails in a casual outdoor rooftop setting.
132 W Water St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-1615
Coyote Cafe continues to be Santa Fe's most famous and celebrated restaurant, feted by critics and return visitors alike. We are celebrating our 25th year! Joining Coyote Cafe as Executive Chef/Owner is world renowned chef Eric Distefano (also of Geronimo) Chef DiStefano brings with him his contemporary global style of cooking that has French Asian influences accompanied with Coyote Cafe's known Southwestern Style. Must-have dishes include Griddled Buttermilk Corn Cakes with Chipotle Prawns and the legendary grilled 24 ounce "Cowboy Cut" Dry Aged Rib eye. Distefano brings along his signature dish, Peppery Elk Tenderloin, a definite favorite! Try the Miso Crusted Sea Bass, Jalapeno Beef Tartare and Five Spice Rotisserie Rock Hen with Green Chile "Mac 'n Cheese". An Award Winning Wine List is complemented by a full bar which includes unique signature cocktails. During Summer Our Rooftop Cantina serves New Mexican specialties and cocktails in a casual outdoor rooftop setting.
Cheesemongers of Santa Fe
Cheesemongers of Santa Fe features a cut-to-order service counter with a thoughtfully-curated selection of over 100 domestic and international cheeses, as well as cut-to-order cured meats, antipasti, and a tailored selection of accompanying grocery products. We specialize in smaller-scale and farmstead produced goods, and work closely with our many local and regional producers, from cheesemakers and bakers, to the producers of delicious mustards, chutney, honey and pickles. In the shop, customers have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a monger to sample and learn about products, pairings, and even cooking tips. We offer a robust catering tray service – an attractive, delectable, and uncomplicated (though, certainly not plain) option for entertaining. Additionally, we host a series of regular cheese classes, tastings, and culinary demonstrations – working with local wine purveyors as well as local breweries, wineries, distilleries and chefs.
130 East Marcy Street Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

505.795.7878
Cheesemongers of Santa Fe features a cut-to-order service counter with a thoughtfully-curated selection of over 100 domestic and international cheeses, as well as cut-to-order cured meats, antipasti, and a tailored selection of accompanying grocery products. We specialize in smaller-scale and farmstead produced goods, and work closely with our many local and regional producers, from cheesemakers and bakers, to the producers of delicious mustards, chutney, honey and pickles. In the shop, customers have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a monger to sample and learn about products, pairings, and even cooking tips. We offer a robust catering tray service – an attractive, delectable, and uncomplicated (though, certainly not plain) option for entertaining. Additionally, we host a series of regular cheese classes, tastings, and culinary demonstrations – working with local wine purveyors as well as local breweries, wineries, distilleries and chefs.
Santa Fe Olive Oil and Balsamic Company
The Santa Fe Olive Oil and Balsamic company is dedicated to providing communities with the healthiest Olive Oil and Balsamic's from around the world. We offer a variety of flavored Olive Oils and Balsamic's to enhance your cooking experience. Open daily from 10am-6pm we offer free samples of everything in our store ranging from Red Chile Oils to Stuffed Jalapeno Olives. If your in town for the weekend visit us on Saturday's for our free Special Sample Saturday's and try over 80 different infused Olive Oils and Balsamic's.
116 Don Gaspar Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-490-3233
The Santa Fe Olive Oil and Balsamic company is dedicated to providing communities with the healthiest Olive Oil and Balsamic's from around the world. We offer a variety of flavored Olive Oils and Balsamic's to enhance your cooking experience. Open daily from 10am-6pm we offer free samples of everything in our store ranging from Red Chile Oils to Stuffed Jalapeno Olives. If your in town for the weekend visit us on Saturday's for our free Special Sample Saturday's and try over 80 different infused Olive Oils and Balsamic's.
Santa Fe School of Cooking
Sharing the flavors of the "City Different" since 1989, the internationally-acclaimed Santa Fe School of Cooking & Market is New Mexico's authority on Southwestern cuisine! With a variety of classes in regional techniques & ingredients of the Southwest, Santa Fe's original recreational culinary school & market are a foodie's paradise & a memorable meeting destination.
125 North Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-4511
Sharing the flavors of the "City Different" since 1989, the internationally-acclaimed Santa Fe School of Cooking & Market is New Mexico's authority on Southwestern cuisine! With a variety of classes in regional techniques & ingredients of the Southwest, Santa Fe's original recreational culinary school & market are a foodie's paradise & a memorable meeting destination.
ELOISA
Chef John Sedlar's grandma Eloisa Rivera was the first person to teach him how to cook. Indeed, women have always formed the foundation of New Mexico’s culinary heritage. Abuelas. Madres. Tias. Hermanas. Their hearts and their hands have been in every dish associated with New Mexico. Among the world’s great cuisines, New Mexican cooking is undoubtedly the most element
228 E Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0883
Chef John Sedlar's grandma Eloisa Rivera was the first person to teach him how to cook. Indeed, women have always formed the foundation of New Mexico’s culinary heritage. Abuelas. Madres. Tias. Hermanas. Their hearts and their hands have been in every dish associated with New Mexico. Among the world’s great cuisines, New Mexican cooking is undoubtedly the most element
Las Cosas Cooking School
Established in 1998, the Las Cosas Cooking School is in the beautiful Las Cosas Kitchen Shop in DeVargas Center. We offer 1998 cooking classes on a variety of topics for professional & non-professional cooks Number of Programs per Year:300 Group Size 20 demo, 13 hands-on Program Focus American, Baking/Pastry, Children, New Mexican, Far Eastern/Asian,and more
564 N. Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-988-3394
Established in 1998, the Las Cosas Cooking School is in the beautiful Las Cosas Kitchen Shop in DeVargas Center. We offer 1998 cooking classes on a variety of topics for professional & non-professional cooks Number of Programs per Year:300 Group Size 20 demo, 13 hands-on Program Focus American, Baking/Pastry, Children, New Mexican, Far Eastern/Asian,and more
Santa Fe School of Cooking
New Mexico's signature cuisine is on every food-lover's radar. And you can learn to master the authentic flavors of the Southwest with cooking classes that reflect the unique cultural mix of Santa Fe. From traditional recipes of New Mexico's age-old villages and pueblos to cutting-edge contemporary southwest menus and everything in-between, a host of hands-on and demonstration offerings guarantees a class for every taste. Private classes and parties for friends, family or corporate events can be designed as a creative way to share a memorable culinary adventure together. Taught by some of Santa Fe's best chefs, our classes are entertaining, educational and downright delicious. And each class concludes with a feast on the food just prepared and all the recipes too!
125 N. Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-4511
New Mexico's signature cuisine is on every food-lover's radar. And you can learn to master the authentic flavors of the Southwest with cooking classes that reflect the unique cultural mix of Santa Fe. From traditional recipes of New Mexico's age-old villages and pueblos to cutting-edge contemporary southwest menus and everything in-between, a host of hands-on and demonstration offerings guarantees a class for every taste. Private classes and parties for friends, family or corporate events can be designed as a creative way to share a memorable culinary adventure together. Taught by some of Santa Fe's best chefs, our classes are entertaining, educational and downright delicious. And each class concludes with a feast on the food just prepared and all the recipes too!
Santa Fe School of Cooking
Got an appetite for adventure? Lace up your walking shoes and arrive hungry for a restaurant tour that Fodor's Travel calls one of the country's best! The fun starts at the internationally recognized Santa Fe School of Cooking over delicious tidbits at a meet and greet with our knowledgeable chef/guide and your fellow adventurers. Then we stroll out into the City Different for an inspirational guided tour of four of Santa Fe's most prestigious dining spots. Each flavorful stop includes a private tasting and an audience with the chefs, owners and food professionals who have made Santa Fe one of America's top culinary destinations. Three different tours, each featuring four signature restaurants, make this foodie extravaganza a bucket-list adventure worth repeating!
125 N. Guadalupe St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-4511
Got an appetite for adventure? Lace up your walking shoes and arrive hungry for a restaurant tour that Fodor's Travel calls one of the country's best! The fun starts at the internationally recognized Santa Fe School of Cooking over delicious tidbits at a meet and greet with our knowledgeable chef/guide and your fellow adventurers. Then we stroll out into the City Different for an inspirational guided tour of four of Santa Fe's most prestigious dining spots. Each flavorful stop includes a private tasting and an audience with the chefs, owners and food professionals who have made Santa Fe one of America's top culinary destinations. Three different tours, each featuring four signature restaurants, make this foodie extravaganza a bucket-list adventure worth repeating!


Events


Oct 23, 2018
10am-1pm

Contemporary Southwest II

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

In this class: smooth spicy tortilla soup, grilled adobo marinated flank steak, cascabel steak sauce, green chile mac `n cheese, mojo marinated vegetables, and coconut flan with salted caramel. Demonstration, 3 hours.
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Oct 23, 2018
2-4pm

Green Chile Workshop

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

This workshop will include an in depth discussion of the various fresh green chile and you will prepare: flour tortillas, green chile sauce, roasted tomatillo & cilantro sauce and green chile, mint & tamarind sauce.
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Oct 23, 2018
6-9pm

PAELLA PARTY

Location: 505-988-3394
Event Type: Family Activities, Workshops & Classes, Food Wine & Spirits

Our menu includes:Rosemary Flatbread,
Sautéed Olives, Mediterranean Salad with Feta, and, both a
Smoked Artichoke & Chickpea Vegetarian Paella, and a
traditional Chorizo, Poultry & Seafood Paella. Dessert will
be a Crema Catalona with Berries.
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Oct 24, 2018
10am-1pm

Tacos

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

Come have fun with tacos in this hands-on class. Tacos will be prepared fiilled with potato, poblano chile and spinach, hot & smoky shrimp, chicken guacamole and tacos al Pastor, made with blue corn tortillas, flour tortillas and salsa fresca.
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Oct 26, 2018
10am-1pm

Foods of Spain

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

Melon gazpacho with feta cheese crisps, cucumber salad with Serrano ham and tomato port vinaigrette, traditional paella with chicken, seafood and chorizo and crema catalana. This is a 3-hour long, demonstration-style class that includes lunch.
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Oct 26, 2018
2-5pm

Restaurant Walk I

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

Included: Agoyo Lounge, Eloisa, La Boca/Taberna, and Il Piatto. Restaurant Walking Tours run 2PM to 5PM and begin at The Santa Fe School of Cooking, 125 N. Guadalupe St. Tours have a 48-hour cancellation policy.
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Oct 26, 2018
6-9pm

TASTY TACOS & EDGY ENCHILADAS

Location: 505-988-3394
Event Type: Family Activities, Workshops & Classes, Food Wine & Spirits

Our menu includes: Thai Shrimp Tacos with Bird Chile Salsa,
Fish Tacos with Creamy Tomatillo Salsa, Sonoran Hotdog Tacos,
Truck Stop Red Chile Beef Enchiladas & Fried Egg, Rosemary
Roasted Vegetable Enchiladas with Goat Cheese & Pesto and more
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Oct 27, 2018
10am-1pm

FANCY PASTA SHAPES

Location: 505-988-3394
Event Type: Family Activities, Workshops & Classes, Food Wine & Spirits

Our menu includes:
Farfale with Sunflower Seed Pesto, Pappardelle in a Rich Lamb
Ragu, Potato & Spinach Capelleti with Smoked Tomato Sauce, and
Spaghetti alla Carbonara. Don't miss this tasty celebration of one of
the world's most beloved dish.
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Oct 27, 2018
10am-1pm

Southwest Brunch

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

New Mexican brunch with local products and traditions: Chipotle Spinach and Goats Cheese Quiche, Blue Corn Pecan Pancakes, Fresh Berry Compote, Huevos Rancheros and Chorizo Cottage Fried Potatoes. Demonstration, 3 hours.
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Oct 27, 2018
2-5pm

Rellenos

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

The word relleno means 'stuffed'. Come join us in making four different types of chiles rellenos; New Mexican tempura rellenos, ancho chile rellenos, cream cheese stuffed jalapenos en escabeche and chiles en nogada.
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Oct 29, 2018
10am-1pm

Tamales l

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

Come spend 3 hours to learn the intricacies of making three different types of tamales: red chile and pork, Southern Mexican chicken in banana leaf and blue corn calabacita, all accompanied by an authentic New Mexican red chile sauce.
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Oct 30, 2018
10am-1pm

Traditional New Mexican III

Location: 505-983-4511
Event Type: Workshops & Classes

This class includes classic New Mexican green chile stew, blue corn and green chile muffins, pinon butter, quesadillas, salsa fresca and rich natillas. Demonstration Class, 3-hours.
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