Slow Food

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Ask the average person on the street in Santa Fe when they last visited Sombrillo or La Puebla, both inNew Mexico, and you might get a blank stare.

The census-designated places of fewer than 2,000 combined residents are on the right as one drives north on U.S. 285 just south of Española, passing the Dreamcatcher 10 cinemas. They feel a world away from Santa Fe’s relative bustle, but as participants in the Slow Food Santa Fe annual farm tour will learn, they’re only about a 30-minute drive from the Santa Fe Plaza.

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