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Finally, a place to hang your hat in Placitas
By Ari LeVaux
Just a few miles north of Albuquerque, Placitas is an eclectic and beautiful village with a storied past. The one-time land grant area is now a bedroom community, the bar where the Dead once played is closed and the hippies have given way to artists. But through the years, the one thing that has eluded this funky town is a good restaurant.
White Sage Whip
By Alex Brown and Evan George
This is undoubtedly the only recipe we have ever developed with a church potluck—the annual fundraiser for friend's mom's congregation—in mind. Next time we plan on whipping it up with wild white sage. Besides cleaning a room of evil spirits and reducing swelling, it tastes badass. In the meantime, green sage will work just fine.
9th Annual Cider Festival at ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden
Find out how apple cider is made and sample fresh cider pressed on-site. Both cider and apples are for sale, so you can enjoy the sweet flavor of autumn at home.
South Valley Growers' Market at Cristo Del Valle Presbyterian Church
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