Flora Taco To-Go serves up a collection of tacos in Albuquerque's Sawmill Market. Photograph by Douglas Merriam.
The pandemic fundamentally changed the way we break bread—and we learned to like it. By turning to our kitchens, gardens, and heaping helpings of to-go meals (and drinks!), we found new ways to create community, get closer to our ingredients, and soothe our souls.
Gather around for eclectic collective dining.
These spots go beyond plastic containers with home-style meals, intimate dinners, and dishes from around the globe.
Fueled by social media, birria has become a menu sensation.
Chef Robin Valdez, owner of La Luna Eatery in Albuquerque, shares his recipe for beef birria and vegan hibiscus flower birria.
Win the weekday with a take-home family-style meal.
Rolling Still Distillery's pre-made craft cocktails are like having your favorite bartender in your living room.
Raise your at-home beverage game with shrubs from Spellbound Syrups.
Beck & Bulow's new butcher shop features bison, poultry, beef, and a wild kingdom of specialty items.
Choose an unfamiliar ingredient on your next farmers' market trip.
Rest easy with a raised-bed garden to grow your own produce.
A new chef launches a take-home tour of Indigenous foods.
You'll swoon over these New Mexico—made hard seltzers.
These patios are worth visiting for the setting alone—but you'll love the food, too!
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