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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -112 March 2015

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -112 March 2015 -sheila   Chef Russell Thornton does it again – cartoon genius     March is chuck full of events. Our horses’ birthdays, family anniversaries . . . but what you will like most is St. Paddy’s Week. Yes, I said week. We start serving our now-famous corned beef and cabbage and tiny red potatoes on Wednesday March 11th and wrap it up on the official day March 17th. So, a full 7 days to enjoy this mouth-watering meal. I will bet...

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Eggplant Parmigiana

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015

Eggplant Parmigiana Thin slices of eggplant dusted with rice flour and fried, than layered with fresh mozzarella and marinara sauce, baked and served on a bed of Spaghetti pasta

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Restaurant Week 2015

Posted by on Feb 22, 2015

Restaurant Week 2015 February 22 until March 1st . . – – Three Course Prix Fixe – – $25 per couple dine in only . . . click to see Roland on 2KASA Style with Chad and Brittany . Mo – Sat  Lunch and Dinner Sunday starts at 4:30pm reservations strongly recommended call (505) 471-3800 – – – Appetizer – – – Share  any appetizer on the menu *** – – – Main course – – – choose one per person Chicken Cutlet Milanese...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -110 January 2015

Posted by on Jan 1, 2015

Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter #110, JAN 2015 – Sheila   On Wed Jan. 14 eat well and eat often at Joe’s. Why? Because without costing you an extra penny, you are raising funds for Monte del Sol Charter School Mentorship Program. Joe’s will donate to the program 20% of whatever you spend; a program in which students learn valuable skills guided by working professionals in the community and at the same time are able to follow their passion.  Concomitantly they learn to connect and contribute to our...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -108 November 2014

Posted by on Nov 2, 2014

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -108 November 2014   The Listening Horse Therapeutic Riding . . . We love horses, in case you didn’t know by now! So that was what first drew us to The Listening Horse. There we met Gus, president and Laurie and Kathy, and we knew we had met people who were truly devoted to a calling. The Listening Horse Therapeutic Riding is a member of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl). They offer recreational therapy with...

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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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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 -105 August 2014

Posted by on Aug 6, 2014

Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter   If you’re a regular at Joe’s, skip this. You already know we are into the most exciting food season in Northern New Mexico and even more exciting, the annual return of Joe’s famous Margherita Pizza. OMG, I can taste it now as I write! For the 19 years we have been making this pizza it has gathered an impatient following. Why? What could be simpler than a cheese and tomato pizza? Well, here’s the secret – we don’t do it all year round. I don’t care...

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Heirloom Tomatoes

Posted by on Aug 2, 2014

  Heirloom Tomatoes (2017) season started August 12, this is very late and we all hope for a late frost. . You already know we are into the most exciting food season in Northern New Mexico and even more exciting, the annual return of Joe’s famous Margherita Pizza.  OMG, I can taste it now as I write!  For the 22 years we have been making this pizza it has gathered a serious following.  Why?  What could be more simple than a cheese and tomato pizza?  Well . . .  here’s the secret – we don’t do...

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Berry and Nut Salad with Quinoa and Fior di Latte

Posted by on Jun 4, 2014

Berry and Nut Salad with Quinoa and Fior di Latte   Seasonal Berries, Soaked Almonds and Pecans over Organic Quinoa (steamed with Tumeric), Freshly made Fior di Latte ( Fresh Mozzarella), Cherry tomatoes and baby mixed greens and Radish sprouts. Dressed with Citrus vinaigrette. ...

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Burger Week at Joe’s

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014

Burger week Joe’s second annual April 7th – 13th 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. 12.97) for  $7.99 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 meats. Beef –...

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Chocolate Challenge 2014

Posted by on Mar 1, 2014

Chocolate Challenge 2014 Doing Good, Deliciously On March 1, 2014, La Familia Medical Center will host a chocolate challenge at The Inn and Spa at Loretto.  Mark Reichart volunteers his skills as a pastry chef to make spectacular chocolate -hazelnut truffles. for details go to La Familia Medical Center THE CHOCOLATE CHALLENGERS Mark Reichard —Joe’s Dining and nine other prominent Pastry chefs   THE JUDGES Chef Rocky Durham—Santa Fe Culinary Academy Max Myers—EVP, New Mexico Bank & Trust Chef...

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Three Course Prix Fixe all week

Posted by on Feb 22, 2014

Three Course Prix Fixe all Week February 23 – March 2   2014 Mo – Sat  Lunch and Dinner Sunday starts at 4:30pm . $18. per person dine in only . All Week long – All Wine by the Bottle  25% off reservations strongly recommended call (505) 471-3800 – – –     Appetizer     – – – Caprese Joe’s signature house made fresh mozzarella (fiore di latte) with  roasted red bell peppers and basil . Organic Chicken Liver Paté Bagel chips, onion...

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Dija Know… Joe’s Restaurant Newsletter -97 January 2014

Posted by on Jan 18, 2014

Numerologically 2014 is deemed a “7” year   Last year at this time we looked at 2013 through the eyes of Chinese astrology.  It was the year of the Snake. This year “fun with numbers” (numerology) tells us that 2014 is a Number 7.   (2+0+1+4= 7).  Now, what does that imply?   In a general sense, the Number 7 is a seeker, the thinker, the searcher of truth, the one who questions everything. So 2014 will be a year of deep introspection, and transformation for the betterment. Globally, this will be a...

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Reunity Resources divert from the landfill

Posted by on Dec 11, 2013

Today ( 12/11/2013) 11% of every dollar you spend at Joe’s Dining goes to this ground breaking project. Nonprofit has big goals for compost in Santa Fe By Anne Constable The New Mexican | Posted: Sunday, December 8, 2013 8:15 pm     Picture a pile of apple cores, chile skins, potato peelings and other food scraps as high as Mount Everest (29,000 feet).   That’s how much waste Reunity Resources hopes to divert from the landfill during the first year of a new recycling program set to kick...

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Recipe – Black Bean Soup

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013

Vegetarian Blackbean Soup by Chef Roland 2 oz            Vegetable oil 1 oz            Chopped garlic 1 cup            Carrots diced 1 cup            Celery diced 2 cup            Onions diced Sautee garlic in oil until lightly browned, ad rest of vegetables and gently sautee until onions are translucent. 1 Tbs            Red Chimayo chili ( freshly toasted & ground) 1.5 tesp            Cumin 1.5 tesp           ...

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Salad with Roasted Tomato Balsamic vinaigrette

Posted by on May 12, 2013

Side salad of mixed baby greens garnished with Sprouts, Cherry tomato, carrots and onions and lightly dressed with a roasted tomato and Balsamic vinegar dressing

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Dark-Chocolate-Tart-with-Sour-cherry-compote

Posted by on May 10, 2013

Gluten free Dark chocolate tart, sour cherry compote and whipped cream.  Inspired by the german Black Forrest Cake  (Schwarzwaelder Kirschtorte)

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Savor the flavor

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013

    Delicious New Mexico has joined with the Museum of International Folk Art to celebrate New Mexico food and culture with the first annual Savor the Flavor Event! The event will take place Sunday, June 2, 2013 on Museum Hill from 10-5 and will feature fantastic New Mexico food vendors, cooking demonstrations by the Santa Fe Culinary Institute, New Mexico beer and wine tastings, and food offerings from the Museum Hill Cafe. Admission is FREE and attendees will also be able to explore the recently...

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Mother’s Day Menu Special Prix Fixe

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013

Mother’s Day Prix Fixe Menu Sunday May 12th 2013 . $ 19.99 for 3 courses . starting at 11am until 9pm please call for reservations our regular Brunch menu will be served from 9am until 2pm, 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 tenderloin on green peppercorn cream served with grilled, roasted red...

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