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Posts Tagged "homemade"

Farmers Market Salad 151023

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015

Farmers Market Salad 151023   This salad changes constantly, it reflects what ‘s available at the market this week. today we have Arugula from Monte Vista Organics Beets from Synergia Ranch Corn from Schwebach Radish Sprouts from Sungreen Raspberry from Heidi’s Pear from Eve’s Ranch Sunchokes from Synergia Musque de Province Pumpkin from Monte Vista Organics  

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Munching for Monte — Dec 7th, 2015

Posted by on Oct 15, 2015

Munching for Monte — Dec 7th, 2015 This is the second time we have a fundraiser for Monte del Sol at Joe’s Dining. Treat yourself well and support a great school at the same time   .     link to school, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Monte-del-Sol-Charter-School/116499965042386 Quick Glance Calendar for Monte del Sol The mission of Monte del Sol Charter School is to challenge each member of its community, both youth and adult, to be a life-long learner and responsible community...

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Thanksgiving ToGo – Thurs, November 26, 2015

Posted by on Oct 15, 2015

  . Thanksgiving ToGo   Celebrating 14 years of Joe’s delicious Thanksgiving Dinners   Order a complete meal for 1 to 30 guests or buy just an individual item to supplement your own menu. . Whole Turkey is oven ready, cleaned, brined, seasoned and placed inside an oven-roasting bag, takes about 2 hr to roast. or get it already roasted and sliced by the pound, only needs a gentle reheat. Joe will do: the shopping,     the preparing      and the cooking All you do is: Order and pay by...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -116 July 2015

Posted by on Jul 2, 2015

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -116 July 2015   Summertime   I love summer. I love the heat. I love frying eggs on the sidewalk. I love sitting on the deck in the evening swatting mosquitoes. I love the early morning sun and the late sunsets. I love wearing just one layer of clothing (if that.) I love the smell of a hot sweating horse under saddle, the sound of distant thunder, the smell of rain moving in on dusty fields. I love watching greedy hummingbirds at the feeders. I love...

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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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Braised Beef Short Ribs

Posted by on May 21, 2015

Braised Beef Short Ribs   Grass finished Beef Short Ribs braised slowly in red wine, served with Yukon Gold Puree and side salad. garnished with rice flour dusted fried onions.   This is gluten free

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Lemon Meringue Pie

Posted by on Apr 25, 2015

Lemon Meringue Pie   Flaky crust filled with Lemon Filling and topped mile-high with Italian Meringue   We squeeze the lemons just before we cook the filling, a touch of real vanilla, butter and the zest of the lemons give this pie the unforgettable fresh, fruity and luscious flavor. We use an Italian meringue, that is boiling hot sugar beaten into the soft peaked egg whites for its rich texture. ...

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Mother’s Day Prix Fixe Menu 2015

Posted by on Apr 24, 2015

Mother’s Day Prix Fixe Menu Sunday May 10th 2015 . $ 27.  for 3 courses . starting at noon until 9:00pm >> please call for reservations  505-471-3800 our regular Breakfast menu starts at 7:30 Brunch menu will be served from 9am until 2pm, and the Main menu from 11am until 9pm   First Course Vichyssoise Chilled, pureed Spring Leeks and Potato soup with Cream or Spring Salad Melange of Baby Greens and Spring Herbs Balsamico   Main Course   Pork Tenderloin au Poivre Roast Pork...

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Eggplant Parmesan

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015

Eggplant Parmesan Thin slices of eggplant dusted with rice flour and fried, than layered with fresh home made mozzarella and marinara sauce, baked and served on a bed of Spaghetti pasta. Gluten free pasta is an option

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Industrial Hemp

Posted by on Feb 1, 2015

Industrial Hemp: Why It’s Important for New Mexico’s Economy The owners of Joe’s Dining Santa Fe, NM support Senate Bill 94.  We are convinced we must restore to America and New Mexico the legal right to grow industrial hemp. The bill will be presented in 2015’s legislative session. It is important that misconceptions are cleared so that informed citizenry can support this effort without ambivalence. To that end, we submit this information piece. I am sourcing primarily from Dr.David West’s...

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Munching for Monte — Jan 14 2015

Posted by on Jan 6, 2015

    link to school, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Monte-del-Sol-Charter-School/116499965042386 Quick Glance Calendar for Monte del Sol   JANUARY   Munching for Monte — Jan 14 2015   The mission of Monte del Sol Charter School is to challenge each member of its community, both youth and adult, to be a life-long learner and responsible community member or leader; and to support the education necessary for each individual to realize his or her potential.   . HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Monday,...

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Christmas Dinner ToGo 2015

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014

Christmas Dinner ToGo Celebrating 12 years of Joe’s delicious Christmas Dinners     Order a complete meal for 1 to 30 guests or buy just an individual item to supplement your own menu. Whole Turkey is oven ready, that is cleaned, brined and seasoned and placed inside an oven-roasting bag, takes only 2 hr to roast. or get it already roasted and sliced by the pound, only needs a gentle reheat. Joe will do: the shopping,     the preparing      and the cooking     All you do...

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Seared Ahi Tuna

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014

Seared Ahi Tuna with Red-Chile Hollandaise on organic Quinoa Primavera and Roasted Beets. Tuna will be seared to your liking however we recommend med-rare as not to dry out the Tuna Steak

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Hungry Mouth Festival – 2014

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014

Hungry Mouth Festival –  October 18, 2014, 6-9 pm Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion G Giving Never Tasted So Good! The 2014 Hungry Mouth Festival announces the 2013 Competing Chefs will return in 2014 to be the Celebrity Judges for this much anticipated event! St. Elizabeth Shelter’s first Hungry Mouth Festival in 2013 was such a huge success that we are coming back this year with an even better celebration of fantastic food, exciting cooking competition and other festivities in the Farmers Market...

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Thanksgiving ToGo – Thurs, November 27, 2014

Posted by on Oct 13, 2014

Thanksgiving ToGo Celebrating 12 years of Joe’s delicious Thanksgiving Dinners   Sorry,  S O L D   O U T    Order a complete meal for 1 to 30 guests or buy just an individual item to supplement your own menu. Whole Turkey is oven ready, that is cleaned, brined and seasoned and placed inside an oven-roasting bag, takes only 2 hr to roast. or get it already roasted and sliced by the pound, only needs a gentle reheat. Joe will do: the shopping,     the preparing      and the...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -107 October 2014

Posted by on Oct 4, 2014

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -107 October 2014 Seasonal bounty in Joe’s Van after the usual trip to the Farmer’s Market   Joe’s will soon host a fund-raiser for the local therapeutic riding organization, the Listening Horse. 20% of your meal total is donated to them that day. Stay tuned for details. Listeninghorse.org Last year Joe’s brought home a ribbon from the Hungry Mouth Charitable Event for a main course. This year Roland will be one of the judges. This event supports one of...

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Octoberfest Beer and Brats

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014

Octoberfest Beer and Brats   Brats, smoked pork loin, sauerkraut and mashed Yukon gold with coarse horseradish mustard and of course a pint of Santa Fe brewery’s October fest Beer from the tap Autumn just does’t get any better   Octoberfest beer Though it is not necessary to drink this beer out of a mug that is larger than your head while dancing to polka music and wearing your lederhosen, you will find this lager’s unbridled festivity difficult to resist. This ode to Germany’s...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -106 September 2014

Posted by on Sep 2, 2014

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter – Sheila Harvest time already? My uncle and grandpa taking a coffee break from stooking crops. Saskatchewan circa 1932   Hemp: Our Forefathers’ Most Important Crop is the topic of Carbon Economy Series’ event Nov 21-22 at SFCC. Doug Fine, author of Hemp Bound: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Next Agricultural Revolution, will teach. It was the most important crop of colonial USA. The stat sheet on hemp sounds almost too good to be true: among...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -102 May 2014

Posted by on May 11, 2014

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -102 May 2014 The winds have arrived. Hang on to your hat!   . . . .   May brings us all kinds of goodies – western winds, Mothers’ Day, Memorial Day, graduations – May is a busy month. Joe’s will again help you celebrate your Mom. We offer a delightful 3-course prix fixe menu starting at 11:30 that day. Please please make your reservation. On any other Sunday small parties can always be accommodated, BUT on Mother’s Day, we strongly urge...

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Easter Sunday -April 2014

Posted by on Apr 13, 2014

Easter Sunday   April 20th 2014 Prix Fixe Menu starts at 11:30am and is available in addition to our regular and Sunday brunch menu . Reservations recommended (505) 471-3800 . – – –     Appetizer     – – – Cream of Asparagus Soup or Mélange of Camino De Paz Farms Greens and Fresh Herbs or Caprese – Joe’s Signature House Made Fresh Mozzarella (fiore di latte) with  Roasted Red Bell Peppers and Basil * * * – – –     Entree    ...

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