Alibi V.17 No.10 • March 6-12, 2008 
A poster gives UNM diners the backstory on these New Mexico potatoes.

Food News

Smart Lunch

UNM food service partners with local farmers

The University of New Mexico is getting fresh with local farmers—in the kitchen, that is.

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Saratori’s di Tully cannolis
Tina Larkin

Restaurant Review

Saratori’s di Tully and Cupcakeology

Just desserts from two new bakeries

Everyone has a list of things to accomplish during their lifetime. It usually reads something like this:

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Bite

Falatkes

Sometimes kooky fusion combos are better, more soulful, when improvised on the spot rather than premeditated. This one was borne from us being too tired, lazy, brain-dead and starving on a weekday night to be pithy or political with our pairings.

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Chowtown Restaurant Guide

A Taste of Thailand

At some point down the line Thai food became synonymous with comfort food for me. It was my family’s favorite dining out cuisine when I was young, and now I have a lot of good nostalgia wrapped up in the smell of lemongrass and curry. Tom kha gai, papaya salad and pad see ew are my go-to orders when I’m sick or just craving something warming and familiar, so I’ve visited most of the Thai spots in town to find some of my favorites of each. That GrubHub bill is getting a little out of control at this point, honestly.

Here’s a few of my favorite spots to order Thai in the Duke City. May they bring you many spicy tears and great evenings.

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