Blame it on Hallmark Channel movies and the Thanksgiving plays we appeared in over the years. What we take for granted about the beloved holiday isn’t all true.

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There’s another, less direct way to incorporate beer into a Thanksgiving meal — marinating the food, instead of the guests.

Rum. It isn't just for mixing. There are some great sipping rums out there for the connoisseur of the out-of-the-ordinary, the funky, and the refined.

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Tune Up Café is an unassuming little place in the Railyard neighborhood. The food has always been solid. Now, they have a pizza oven. Pasatiempo spoke with Tune Up's owner, Jesus Rivera.

There's more to kosher wines than the sweet, unsophisticated sacramental offerings available at your local grocery store, and the kosher wines from Israel and around the world can hold their own with their non-kosher competitors. Get a a taste of the best in kosher wines, not to mention kosher cuisine, at the Kosher Food & Wine Experience this month, and sip along with the experts.

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Welcome to Plaza Café Southside, where spirits are high and the chile is always hot. Brother and sister team, owner Leonardo Razatos and general manager Belinda Marshall, take us on a trip down memory lane and imagine a future where patrons can return safely.

The films in the Flatirons Food Film Festival cover a broad range of topics, from the recovery of Indigenous knowledge of food culture to the impact of waste reduction, to the neglected heritage of African American cooking our nation's cookbooks. 

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Banana cream bread pudding, tiramisu, strawberry shortcake, and apple crisp served in a mason jars? Yes, please. Coquette, recently relocated from Long Island, New York, offers a variety of reasonably priced confections to the discerning tastes of Santa Feans.

Santa Fe's Paper Dosa, already a local favorite for their South Indian food, is getting a little creative during the pandemic. The restaurant now offers take-home kits so you can try to make a dosa yourself.

Guest writer Hannah d'Errico of Arroyo Vino offers a sample of splurge-wrothy wines to mark the holiday season.

Local restaurants have you covered if you're looking for a to-go meal for your family this Thanksgiving. But hurry: some restaurants require orders in advance of next week's holiday.

Since its origins, in 17th-century Loire Valley, cabernet franc has taken a backseat to cabernet sauvignon and merlot. But DNA evidence has shown that cabernet franc i…

On July 13, New Mexico restaurants shuttered dine-in services, per order of the governor. Here, you’ll find our best information on the restaurants and cafés that offe…