Alibi Bucks


V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011
A trio of grilled romaine hearts are filled with lentil salad in an herby vinaigrette.
Sergio Salvador



Local meats, exotic flavors

By Ari LeVaux
Pastoral paintings of thoughtful, grass-chomping cows adorn the red walls of Albuquerque’s brand-new designer burger joint, bRgR. The restaurant’s lineup of burger names could double as the course catalog of a tantric yoga ashram, including (in order of the stages of spiritual growth) the Harmonic, Elation, Euphoria, Jubilation, Ecstasy, Nirvana and, finally, Enlightenment. The beef, which is grass-fed and grain-finished, comes from Heritage Ranch, a national beef company that matches local beef producers with consumers, state by state.
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