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Burger Week at Joes 2020

Posted by on Mar 2, 2020

Burger week . Joe’s 8 th annual take a bite out of tax week April 13th – 18th . . Locavores, now you can celebrate America’s classic with grass-finished beef, lamb or bison grilled to your liking Featuring your choice of any 2-topping beef burger (reg. $ 12.)  for  $ 8.99. (burgers pictured with optional sides) or choose: Buffalo from  New Mexico’s Best  + 3. or Organic Lamb from Shepherds Lamb + 4. New Mexico beef, bison or lamb make a burger that is the most satisfying delicious and...

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Listening Horse Fundraiser 2019 December 2nd

Posted by on Oct 29, 2019

  Listening Horse Fundraiser Monday December 2nd all day, starting at 7:30 for Breakfast, than Lunch, then all Afternoon and straight through Dinner Join us for a terrific meal at Joe’s and 20% of your food and beverage bill  will be donated to The Listening Horse. Last year , Joe’s is  happy to report we cut a check of $ 1229.55   Volunteer will be available all day long to field questions click here for the link to their...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -144 Spring 2018

Posted by on Mar 27, 2018

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -144 Spring 2018 (archives available at JoesDining.com)   Spring is here!  The winds and flowers have arrived.  All we need is RAIN!     ◆ It’s spring and Joe’s has events!  – Easter on April 1st, follows the beginning of Passover.  Joe’s continues its Easter tradition with a wonderful prix fixe 3-course menu featuring a succulent braised leg of lamb, poached Halibut and Chicken Vol au Vent.  $32/pp.  Please reserve.  Our Brunch...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -143 Winter 2017-18

Posted by on Feb 3, 2018

“Dija Know…” Joe’s Newsletter #143, Winter 2017-18 Sheila   (archives available at JoesDining.com)   Aria and Chuckie, resting – preparing for the Chinese Year of the Dog starting Feb.16     ♦ According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2018 is the year of the Dog and its characteristic word is ACTION (in spite of the picture above)! Chinese New Year in 2018 is on Friday, February 16 and ends on February 4, 2019.  Like a major aspect of the dog personality, the Year of the Dog is...

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Listening Horse Fundraiser November 7th 2017

Posted by on Nov 3, 2017

  Listening Horse Fundraiser November 7th 2017 all day, starting at 7:30 for Breakfast, than Lunch, then all Afternoon and straight through Dinner Join us for a terrific meal at Joe’s and 20% of your food and beverage bill  will be donated to The Listening Horse. Last year , Joe’s is  happy to report we cut a check of $ 1,291.22   Volunteer will be available all day long to field questions click here for the link to their...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -138 May 2017

Posted by on May 5, 2017

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -137 April 2017 . Welcome visitor on our back yard cherry tree April 2017.  Yes, it’s Spring! . ♦  Mothers’ Day is May 14th this year!  Roland will create some beautiful delicious specials for the occasion, with the special menu starting at noon.  Brunch menu as well.  Please make your reservations to assure your preferred seating time. ♦ Sugar? Or artificial sweeteners? According to a study published April 2017 in the American Heart Association’s...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -135 February 2017

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -135 February 2017 . . In Chinese astrology 2017 the year of the fire rooster. . . . ♦  The Chinese Year of the Fire Rooster started Jan 28.  According to that calendar, here’s what 2017 can look like.  It will be a powerful year with no middle of the road when it comes to moving forward.  Impressions count. You’ll want to look your best and be clear on your intentions concerning love, money, and business. Stick to practical well-proven paths to ensure...

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World Food Day in Santa Fe – Oct 16th, 2015

Posted by on Oct 15, 2015

World Food Day in Santa Fe – Oct 16th, 2015 JOIN US AT Santa Fe County Fairgrounds 12:00pm-8:30pm   The Santa Fe Food Policy Council invites you to World Food Day in Santa Fe on October 16th at the Santa Fe County Fairgrounds! All are invited to join in conversations about our shared food system, participate in family and kid-friendly activities to learn about how to grow and access food in the County and City, and to celebrate with music and a Santa Fe chefs’ potluck.  All events are free and...

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Cooking at the Farmer’s Market

Posted by on Jun 2, 2015

Cooking at the Farmer’s Market   Chef Russell and Roland kicked off the 2015 season 0n 6/2 of Shopping and Cooking with a chef at Santa Fe’s Farmers Market every Tuesday at 10:30. . also watch this video clip from 6/3 at Albuquerque’s premier morning show. “make Polenta in under 4 minutes” see what trick we used making Polenta at 2KASA Style with Chad and Brittany . recipe for 4 portion Polenta: 1/2 cup Polenta  ( We used Florian Red Flint Corn, avail. at the Farmers...

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Coffee with a Cop

Posted by on May 12, 2015

Coffee with a cop May 19th from 5 -7pm   Santa Fe Police   Opportunity to Meet Your Officers: Community Invited to Coffee with a Cop Members of the Santa Fe Police Department invite residents to come together for casual conversation to discuss community issues, build relationships, and further open lines of communication between Santa Fe Police and the people we serve. Coffee with a Cop will be on Tuesday, May 19th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. FREE organic coffee donated by  OHORI’S “This is...

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Burger Week at Joes

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015

Burger week Joe’s third annual April 13th – 19th Locavores, now you can celebrate America’s classic with NM grown meats grilled on a open-fire mesquite grill Featuring your choice of any 2-topping beef burger (reg. 12.) for  $8. (burgers pictured with optional sides) New Mexico beef, bison or lamb make a burger that is the most satisfying delicious and nutritious burger you’ll find anywhere.  Sustainable and humanely raised, with the nutritional superiority of grass fed and finished...

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