Feb 12, 2016
“Why would anyone eat at Taco Bell? There are so many great Mexican food places here!” —a friend visiting Albuquerque for the first time.
She was baffled by the presence of Taco Bells around town. A town in which you can get (New Mexico grown) green chile on/in pretty much anything, from sushi to gyros. And, yes, we’ve got many wonderful New Mexican choices, locally owned and affordable. And, there’s a growing movement to source food grown locally. This can be a bit of a challenge, since New Mexico is such a large state. However, we’ve got a growing number of CSAs (and front yard gardens are increasing. A rogue chicken was spied taking a walk the other day in my 1950s inner-urban ‘hood.)
Me—I stopped gardening when I found myself
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