Posts Tagged "principled"

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -134 January 2017

Posted by on Jan 3, 2017

“Dija Know…” Joe’s Newsletter #134, Jan 2017 Sheila   (archives available at JoesDining.com) Farewell my dear sweet friend.  You carried me many miles. ♦ All members of our original equine family are now galloping on the other side, hopefully together.  Beau was the last of that group – we think he was 32 or 33. They formed and changed our lives.  Only Rosie remains now.  She and Chuckie (dog) are becoming fast friends.   ♦ Friday Jan 6th from 7:30 – 11am, Richard Eeds broadcasts the...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -120 November 2015

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -119 October 2015 – Sheila Our new family member, Chuckie.   Thanksgiving ushers in the holiday season. For the 14th year, we offer the easiest most delicious way for you to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at home – for one or up to 50 people. Essentially just heat and serve! Couldn’t be easier. Ask for the detailed menu and order form. Or get it on the website. The turkey is Heidi’s organic and there are many scrumptious side dishes to choose from. Order...

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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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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -117 August 2015

Posted by on Aug 6, 2015

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -117 August 2015   One gorgeously unique tomato at the August 1st Farmers Market   Yes they’re here! Those incomparable close-to-divine sun-ripened heirloom earth-grown (not hydroponic) local tomatoes. I believe there is a consensus – we’ve all fallen in love with tomatoes. Avid gardeners have never lost sight of truly seasonal foods. But many of us spent decades thinking tomatoes were a pale sickly orange color, one size only, tough enough to do your...

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Farm to Table (F2R ) fundraiser June 2014

Posted by on May 26, 2014

Farm to Table (F2R ) fundraiser June 2014   All throughout June, Joe’s is promoting and donating to the work of Farm to Restaurant.  F2R is a specific program, under the umbrella of the well-known Farm to Table organization.     .       F2R facilitates local food sourcing between Santa Fe restaurants and local growers and educates the public about the benefits of eating locally grown. This reinforces the critical link between our local growers and the vibrant health (on many levels) of our...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -89 June 2013

Posted by on Jun 2, 2013

The birth of taste bud memories   Tomayto, tomawto – however you choose to say it, we have just planted our tiny starters for Joe’s patio. Every year Dave Fresquez from Monte Vista Organics gives us a few tomato plants.
Tracking their growth, shows us when Margherita Pizza season starts. That is when luscious, soil-grown, sun-ripened heirloom tomatoes whose color spectrum reaches from deep purple, bright yellow, green striped to ruby red in sizes ranging from pea to small melon are ready to be...

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Carbon Economy Series Oct 2012 – May 2013

Posted by on May 18, 2013

Carbon Economy Series  Holistic Management® Grazing Systems, Site Analysis & Biological Monitoring, GIS/GPS Use, Basic Surveying, Keyline® Farming, BioFertilizers & Integrated Polycultures.   The Carbon Economy Series is an educational series on working models that increase the ability to grow biomass, sequester carbon from the atmosphere and reduce water and soil erosion. The intention of the lectures and workshops is to help the average homeowner, food gardener, farmer, rancher, land owner and...

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Shepherd’s Lamb

Posted by on Apr 14, 2013

  . . Welcome to Shepherd’s Lamb, home to the best certified organic grass-fed lamb, yarns, and wool products from the mountains of northern New Mexico. We work hard every day to ensure that our lambs grow up happy, healthy, and organically, so you can be assured that the products we pass along to you are a healthy, natural...

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Bio Diesel

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013

Joe’s is happy to announce that Reunity Resources is picking up used deep-fry oil from Joe’s Dining. Even better I can now buy locally made Bio Diesel from recycled vegetable oil. My GMC 1992 with a 6.5L Turbo Diesel engine has 185000 miles, was feed with Bio Diesel-blend from the Bacca Station for the last few years and now runs smoothly on the B99.9. Why Biodiesel?   100% biodegradable. Lowest emissions:  provides a life cycle emissions reduction of 78% compared to petroleum...

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Carbon Economy Series November 9-11, 2012

Posted by on Nov 9, 2012

LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMS Joel Salatin & Tom Delehanty November 9-11, 2012 Building a Local Food System with Joel Salatin (Food Inc.) of Polyface Farms and Tom Delehanty of Pollo Real, Socorro & Santa Fe Farmer’s Market.     http://carboneconomyseries.com/

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Jill Stein for President – Sun, June 10, 2012

Posted by on Jun 9, 2012

At 6:30 pm , there will be a dinner with Jill Stein at Joe’s Dining.  A $20 prix fixe ( incl. tax and gratuity) 3 course meal will be served.  RSVP Rick Lass at 505-920-0540 or email ricklass@newmexico.com...

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