Feast of Santa Fe

Feast of Santa Fe Author Huntley Dent
ISBN-10 9780671873028
Release 1993-11-23
Pages 397
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Dent explores the traditions of Native American cooking and shows how they were modified by Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo-American influences and by the bounty of the land. More than 150 recipes have been adapted to suit the modern coo k, making it easy to create an authentic feast from appetizer to dessert. 2-color illustrations.



Christmas in Santa Fe

Christmas in Santa Fe Author Susan Weber
ISBN-10 9781423623380
Release 2011-07-01
Pages 104
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Christmas in the 400-year-old city of Santa Fe is a rich cultural feast of Spanish, Anglo, and Native American traditions. Through stories and color photos, Christmas in Santa Fe illustrates those traditions, from glowing farolitos that line buildings and walkways, to the Christmas-day dances at the pueblos, to the Spanish nativity plays performed on the plaza. Christmas in Santa Fe is the perfect souvenir for visitors and gift for residents.



Insiders Guide to Santa Fe

Insiders  Guide   to Santa Fe Author Nicky Leach
ISBN-10 9780762761586
Release 2009-11-24
Pages 320
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Insiders' Guide to Santa Fe is the essential source for in-depth travel and relocation information to this beautiful New Mexico city. Written by a local (and true insider), it offers a personal and practical perspective of Sante Fe and its surrounding environs.



El Gringo

El Gringo Author W. W. H. Davis
ISBN-10 0803265581
Release 1857
Pages 432
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A veteran of the Mexican War, W. W. H. Davis returned to New Mexico in 1853 to become United States Attorney for the territory. He soon thought of himself as El Gringo, the stranger, who had much to learn about his new home and its people. Equipped with a few changes of clothes, a two-book law library, and a ravenous curiosity, Davis recorded in his diary all that impressed him on his thousand-mile trip to Santa Fä and his thousand-mile court circuit. In 1856 he ransacked the diary to write El Gringo, selecting those features of custom, language, landscape, and history most likely to interest general readers. El Gringo caught on quickly. His duties took him far and wide, to ramshackle jails locked with twine and to the homes of the rich and powerful. His legal training intensified his interest in and understanding of the longstanding quarrels between Indians and whites, between New Mexicans and Texans, between the established Spanish-speaking population and the influx of new settlers and traders from the United States. His description of New Mexico is one of the earliest full-length accounts to appear in English and provides a stunning picture of a newly conquered land.



Santa Fe

Santa Fe Author Lawrence W. Cheek
ISBN-10 9781400018666
Release 2007-12-04
Pages 265
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Covering cities, states, and regions of the United States, these richly illustrated handbooks capture the character and culture of important American destinations, along with topical essays, color maps, and capsule reviews of restaurants and hotels.



Authentic Recipes from Santa Fe

Authentic Recipes from Santa Fe Author Dave Dewitt
ISBN-10 9781462905416
Release 2012-05-01
Pages 112
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Prepare the exiting and flavorful cuisine of the American Southwest with this easy-to-follow Santa Fe cookbook. Nestled at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe has the spirit of the Native American, Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American settlers who built it—and an exciting cuisine to match. Some of today's hottest Santa Fe chefs are incorporating the region's staple ingredients—rice, beans, squash and chiles—into mouthwatering new tex-mex dishes. Authentic Southwestern recipes include: Mexican Corn Chowder from The Pink Adobe Restaurant Carne Adovada from Marie's New Mexican Kitchen Rack of Lamb with Heirloom Bean Ragout from Santecafe Orange-marinated Chicken Fajitas from Santa Fe School of Cooking Red Corn Rubbed Chicken from Inn of the Anasazi Chilean Sea Bass Napoleon from La Casa Sena Taco-nolis from Cafe Pasqual's Authentic Recipes from Santa Fe offers the best of Southwest cooking, New Mexico's traditional dishes, and a sampling of today's cooking innovations. Introductory essays provide the historical and geographical context of the cuisine, and glossaries of unusual ingredients, along with illustrated how-to sections, are included.



Madam Millie

Madam Millie Author Max Evans
ISBN-10 9780826327840
Release 2013-02-15
Pages 423
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Mildred Clark Cusey was a whore, a madam, an entrepreneur, and above all, a survivor. The story of Silver City Millie, as she referred to herself, is the story of one woman's personal tragedies and triumphs as an orphan, a Harvey Girl waitress on the Santa Fe railroad, a prostitute with innumerable paramours, and a highly successful bordello businesswoman. Millie broke the mold in so many ways, and yet her life's story of survival was not unlike that of thousands of women who went West only to find that their most valuable assets were their physical beauty and their personality. Petite at five feet tall with piercing blue eyes, Millie captured men's attention by her very essence and her unmistakable joie de vivre. Born to Italian immigrant parents near Kansas City, she and her sister were orphaned early and separated from each other. Millie learned hard lessons on the streets, but she never gave up and she vowed to protect and support her ailing older sister. Caught in a domestic squabble in her foster home, Millie wound up in juvenile court with Harry Truman as her judge. This would be only the first of many brushes in her life with prominent politicians. When physicians diagnosed her sister with tuberculosis and recommended she move West to a Catholic home in Deming, New Mexico, Millie moved with her. Expenses ran high and after a brief stint waiting tables as a Harvey Girl, Millie found that her meager tips could easily be augmented by turning tricks. Thus, out of financial need and devotion to her sister, Mildred Cusey turned to a life of prostitution and a career at which she soon excelled and became both rich and famous.



Narrative of the Texan Santa F Expediti

Narrative of the Texan Santa F  Expediti Author Wilkins Kendall George Wilkins Kendall
ISBN-10 9781429020930
Release 2009-09-03
Pages 412
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Narrative of the Texan Santa F Expedition

Narrative of the Texan Santa F   Expedition Author George Wilkins Kendall
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433081843660
Release 1847
Pages
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The Texan Santa Fe expedition was conceived by Mirabeau B. Lamar in an attempt to open a trade route which would lure away some of the traffic hitherto utilizing the Santa Fe trade, and also to extend his greetings to residents of New Mexico, whom he wished to participate in Texas government as residents of territory claimed by Texas in an act of 1836. Due to poor navigation, faulty planning and harassment by Indians, the expedition lost most of its momentum. Upon their arrival in New Mexico, the entire force was taken captive under orders of Gov. Manuel Armijo. The prisoners were forcibly marched to Mexico City, and the affair brought relations between Texas, the United States and Mexico to a boiling point. Those who survived the march and imprisonment were released in April 1842, six and a half months after their capture. Kendall, editor of the New Orleans Picayune, accompanied the expedition as an observer.



The Santa Fe Magazine

The Santa Fe Magazine Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015028303629
Release 1914
Pages
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Christmas in Old Santa Fe

Christmas in Old Santa Fe Author Pedro Ribera Ortega
ISBN-10 9781611391336
Release 2012-09-15
Pages 124
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Lightly falling snow, covering everything in sight with a soft mantle of white, burning luminarias and mellow-light farolitos, the warm adobe architecture, the peace and quiet that settles over the land on Christmas Eve, all tend to strengthen the comparison between Santa Fe and the land where Christ was born. At no time of year is it more apparent that Santa Fe, New Mexico is a foreign city still relying on the traditions of the past. Pedro Ribera Ortega’s richly descriptive book gives all the details, including the difference between luminarias and farolitos, in case you have lived in Santa Fe all your life and still do not know the difference.



Narrative of the Texan Santa F Expedition

Narrative of the Texan Santa F   Expedition Author George Wilkins Kendall
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433081909131
Release 1846*
Pages 599
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Santa Fe with Kids from A to Z

Santa Fe with Kids from A to Z Author Mary Catherine Mathews
ISBN-10 9780865344570
Release 2005
Pages 116
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An alphabetical guide to Santa Fe, New Mexico, includes family-friendly things to see and do in the city, including listings for places to stay and eat.



Feast Or Famine

Feast Or Famine Author Reginald Horsman
ISBN-10 9780826266361
Release 2008
Pages 356
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"Drawing on the journals and correspondence of pioneers, Horsman examines more than a hundred years of history, recording components of the diets of various groups, including travelers, settlers, fur traders, soldiers, and miners. He discusses food-preparation techniques, including the development of canning, and foods common in different regions"--Provided by publisher.



The Ten Best of Everything in Santa Fe

The Ten Best of Everything in Santa Fe Author Elizabeth Thornton
ISBN-10 1878776002
Release 1995-04
Pages 300
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Alice Nizzy Nazzy The Witch of Santa Fe

Alice Nizzy Nazzy  The Witch of Santa Fe Author Tony Johnston
ISBN-10 0780780329
Release 1998-09-01
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Manuela has lost her sheep, and their tracks lead right to Alice Nizzy Nazzy's fence. But Alice is so mean and so ugly that people say she's a witch who likes to eat children! Will Manuela have to face the beady-eyed old woman? "Johnston removes Baba Yaga, aka Alice Nizzy Nazzy, from the Russian forest and places her in a roadrunner-footed, adobe hut in the desert near Santa Fe.... Engaging." -- "School Library Journal" "Tomie dePaola has wonderful fun with Johnston's breezy text, serving up a feast of laugh-out-loud images. 'Alice Nizzy Nazzy'is some kind of snazzy!" -- "Los Angeles Times" Book Review



Santa Fe Trail Magazine

Santa Fe Trail Magazine Author
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433080381464
Release 1914
Pages
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