Alibi V.18 No.19 • May 7-13, 2009
›› Food for Thought Recession Gardens: Spreading Like Weeds The media has been having a field day with the idea that gardening can be a hedge against the weak economy. “As American families try to stretch their food budgets during the recession, some are turning to the backyard, rather than the grocery store ...” says CNN. Or “Step one in the battle against soaring food prices,” Salon agrees. “Start your own recession garden.” Courtesy of National Hispanic Cultural Center Bosque Chile Festival
Entertainment, educational sessions, food trucks, beer and wine, artisans, chile roasting, chef demos and more.
Food 2nd Annual Chuck Wagon Hootenanny Fundraiser Saturday, Aug 18: 5pm El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Gather around the campfire and eat all the "chuck" from an authentic 1890s chuck wagon. Attendance is limited to the first 200 adventurers to purchase tickets.
Food Corrales Growers' Market Sunday, Aug 19: 9am-noon Corrales Recreational Center
Enjoy locally grown produce, handmade goods and a live musical performance by Lone Piñon.
Food Lavender Delights Afternoon Tea Sunday, Aug 19: 1-2:30pm Fragrant Leaf Tea Boutique
A lovely afternoon with a three-course afternoon tea showcasing fragrant and savory lavender, accompanied by two teas.
Food Beef Jerky and Beer Pairing Thursday, Aug 23: 4pm Tractor Brewing Four Hills
Try five different incredible flavors from Badlands Jerky paired with five delicious beers and ciders.
Food The 21st Annual Chile Festival Sunday, Aug 26: 9am-4:30pm Shepherd of the Valley Presbyterian Church
This community gathering offers attendees entertainment, 80 vendors with arts and crafts, hot roasted chile, food vendors, a silent auction and more.
Food 2018 Albuquerque Tomato Fiesta Sunday, Aug 26: 11am-3pm Albuquerque Garden Center
Celebrate heirloom tomatoes in all their glory with heirloom tomato tasting, a garden trade fair, plant clinics, tomato sales, cooking demonstrations, food for purchase and activities for kids.
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