The first Rosa de Campo of the year
Despite the freezing nights and days of snow we managed to gather some New Mexico Morel (Morchella snyderi) yesterday for this weekends dinners. Now that it warms up fully we can’t wait to get out and find more!
Picking wildflowers _ As much as it's about cooking for incredible folk, it's really about the process along the way.
Claret cup cactus (Echinocereus triglochidiatus)
Dates for June are now posted
Dates for June posted tomorrow morning 8am MTN time _ Cliff Fendlerbush in bloom (Fendlera rupicola)
From our first harvest of Young cactus of the year (Opunita engelmannii) _ This cactus is such an incredible and unsuspecting plant, and is equally versatile and delicious, especially with some extra water. We will use the pads now in spring and later in the year the fruits. Because these young pads are the growth for the year we pick sparingly and from various older established cacti and always only as much as we need.
Young cactus pad | canoncito chile | quelites
Weeds | cactus fruit | piñon needle
Happy Mother’s Day to all the incredible mothers out there!
Ponderosa bark and native plum blossoms steeping in raw cow’s milk and cream.
our sonora white wheat | morel mushroom | asparagus | siberian elm seed
The first found morel mushrooms of the last two years
raw cow’s milk and cream | native plum blossom | rhubarb