Alibi V.15 No.19 • May 11-17, 2006 
... So you can recognize the place while speeding by on Highway 344. You never know when hunger will strike

The Dish

All the News That's Fit to Eat

Bumble Bee's Sweet New Spot in Nob Hill--OK, I admit it: I'm a taco junkie. I'm addicted to soft corn tortillas (never fried!) stuffed with fish or shrimp or shredded beef, and fresh, small-diced onions and tomatoes. The combination of textures, flavors and temperatures just makes my spine tingle. After a little shower of fresh lime juice, it's a damn-near perfect package.

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... So you can recognize the place while speeding by on Highway 344. You never know when hunger will strike
Wes Naman

Restaurant Review

The East Mountain Grill

Ain’t no mountain high enough

I have this tradition I engage in at the close of every semester (yes, I am still a lowly collegian) where I watch The Man from Snowy River in my underpants. It started out as a joke, but after months of midterms, finals, ass-kissing, no sleep and a jackpile of bad coffee, I came to realize that relaxation comes in many forms. And besides, who wouldn’t want to do an Ed Bundy on the couch and watch men doing man things. And mountains are just cool.

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This prized  steer is cared for by students of the Carrizozo High School Meat Science Lab, the only high school facility of its kind in the state.
Laura Marrich

Have Fork, Will Travel

From Gate to Plate

Life on a New Mexico cattleman’s ranch

Nine generations of cattle ranchers have patrolled this same 30-parcel ranch near Corona, in the northern tip of Lincoln County. Mack Bell, the ranch's acting patriarch, has nearly 30 years under his belt alone.

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EVENT HORIZON ()

Tomato Fiesta

Buy heirloom tomatos, participate in gardening seminars, a cooking demonstration, browse the garden trade fair and great food.
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