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Saturday Aug 19, 2017

  • Shepherd of the Valley Presbyterian Church
    20th Annual Chile Festival
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
    Bosque Chile Festival
  • Wildlife West (Edgewood)
    Cowboy Chuckwagon BBQ and Live Music
  • Robinson Park
    Downtown Grower's Market
  • Los Ranchos Village Hall (Los Ranchos)
    Los Ranchos Growers' and Artist Market
  • Cheesy Sins of the Past

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    Did you know that the macaroni noodle was named after the Duke of Macaroni, an Italian nobleman who in the late 16th century initiated the brutal practice of drowning those he believed to be witches in vats of melted cheese. Ironically, though, the name does not come from his preferred method of torture, but rather was a jab at his famous noodle-like hair. (Don't look this "fact" up.) See how the fair duke's legacy lives on at the Third Annual Macaroni and Cheese Festival this Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum lawn. This 21 and up event will celebrate cheesy goodness with fare from over 30 vendors, wine and beer tastings, live music and games. Tickets cost $35 and ensure that you will not be turned into human fondue. (Joshua Lee)

    Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum
    The Macaroni and Cheese Festival
  • Cristo Del Valle Presbyterian Church
    South Valley Growers' Market
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Sunday Aug 27, 2017
  • Angel Fire Resort (Angel Fire)
    Angel Fire Food and Wine Roundup
  • Corrales Recreational Center (Corrales)
    Corrales Growers' Market
  • Railyards Market
    Rail Yards Market 2017
  • The first time I heard someone talk about an heirloom tomato, I was immediately confused. My mind brought forth an image of a tomato that had been passed from grandmother to grandmother. The family heirloom tomato. Coincidentally, family heirloom are one of the four categories of heirloom tomato. This Sunday, Aug. 27, join Albuquerque area extension master gardeners to learn even more neato tomato facts you can impress your friends with at parties. Learn how to cook with and garden tomatoes at Albuquerque Garden Center beginning at 11am. This event will set you back $5, the cost of a single heirloom tomato at Whole Foods. But skip the lines to enjoy great food and the chance to buy heirloom tomatoes from the people who grew them! (Valerie Serna)

    Albuquerque Garden Center
    Tomato Fiesta
Friday Sep 1, 2017
Saturday Sep 2, 2017