Alibi V.27 No.28 • July 12-18, 2018
›› courtesy of Farmer’s Daughters Fresh Off the Farm Farm-to-Table at Hotel Albuquerque Farmer’s Daughters and Chef Gilbert Aragon create unique dinner series Despite the growing farm-to-table movement in recent decades, most farmers are still facing an uphill battle to be profitable due to rising land costs, increased development and climate change. Ashley and Chantelle Wagner created their company Farmer’s Daughters to get more local produce served in New Mexico restaurants, breweries and food trucks. Image via Pixabay Beef Jerky and Beer Pairing
Try five different incredible flavors from Badlands Jerky paired with five delicious beers and ciders.
Food The 21st Annual Chile Festival Saturday, Aug 25: 9am-4:30pm Shepherd of the Valley Presbyterian Church
This community gathering offers attendees entertainment, 80 vendors with arts and crafts, hot roasted chile, food vendors, a silent auction and more.
Food Grapes For a Cause Saturday, Aug 25: 10am-8pm Vivac Winery Dixon Tasting Room
Live music from Reina Cobb and Friends featuring Ben Brock and wine and donations accepted for Habitat for Humanity.
Food Tomato Festival Saturday, Aug 25: 11am-3pm Osuna Nursery
Sample over 10 different tomato varieties and show up early to learn the best tips and tricks for growing healthy, beautiful plants. Raffle prizes available.
Food 2018 Albuquerque Tomato Fiesta Sunday, Aug 26: 11am-3pm Albuquerque Garden Center
Celebrate heirloom tomatoes in all their glory with heirloom tomato tasting, a garden trade fair, plant clinics, tomato sales, cooking demonstrations, food for purchase and activities for kids.
Food Rude Boy Brunch and Day Party Sunday, Aug 26: Noon Villa Hispana @ Expo NM
Enjoy live reggae, a full cash bar and food options with a portion of proceeds benefitting the Golden Applt Foundation.
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