Latest Article|September 3, 2020|Free::
Making Grown Men Cry Since 1992
German/Eastern European restaurant Heimat House closed its doors last weekend. Owner Carri Phillis told the Albuquerque Journal that its location (6910 Montgomery NE) and its unfamiliar menu might have played a role in its demise. But if you’re a fan of their amazing beer selection, you’ll be glad to know that she also owns the downtown restaurant Adieux (420 Central SW), which will be incorporating Heimat’s bar. She referred to Adieux as a “gastropub,” which sounds like something you’d hear in a prognosis.
N.M. pecan growers are asking the US Environmental Protection Agency for an exception on the ban of sulfoxaflor, a pesticide that was proven harmful to bees. The growers say the poison is needed to battle a black pecan aphid infestation, and without it, the crops will likely be ruined. The proposal was filed by the New Mexico Department of Agriculture and is currently open for public comment.
Oh, snap! It’s that god-awful time of year: back to school. Time to wade through screeching mothers and murderous children as you break your bank trying to check off every item on your kids’ shopping list. A single salmon crayon? At least packing a lunch should be a cinch. What? Peanut butter and jelly and loose grapes doesn’t cut it anymore? Good god. If only someone could give me some tips on putting together a fun and healthy brown bag special.
Edible magazine is cracking its knuckles and getting down to business with the Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown, slated for September 9, 4-8pm at the Santa Fe Railyards. Tickets cost $20 and include tastes of the burgers, a ballot for the People’s Choice Award and a souvenir glass. Voting is happening right now. Forget about the presidency and all that hubbub, and focus on an election that matters!