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rr n MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER r r r r n r r db le p * rices? thwestern FREE BEER SAMPLER Six 4 oz. glasses of each brew WITH ANY ENTREE 1 DESSERT WITH ANY ENTREE Limit one per party, present coupon before ordering Voted "Best of Santa Fe'and "Numero Uno" by readers' of the Santa Fe Reporter and the Santa Fe New Mexican 3 Kites South of VifoLiodi jootta-% Continued from page 19 Oct. 2-5: • Shiprock Fair, on the Navajo Nation, Shiprock. 1-800-448-1240. Oct. 4: • San Francisco Feast Day, Nambe Pueblo. 1-800-946-2623/455-2036. Oct. 17 • St. Margaret Mary's Feast Day, Laguna Pueblo (Paraje). 552-6654. Oct. 25-26: • Albuquerque Indian Market, Cottonwood Mall. 768-3483. Nov. 12: • San Diego Feast Day, Jemez Pueblo. 834-7235. • San Diego Feast Day, Tesuque Pueblo. 983-2667. Dec. 6-7: • Walatowa Winter Arts & Crafts Show, Jemez Pueblo. 835-7235. Dec. 12: • Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Feast Day, Jemez Pueblo. 834-7235. • Guadalupe Feast Day, Pojpaque Pueblo. 455-2278. — Senor Murphy's, what else? The chocolate pecan is classic, but the best, sickeningly-sweet-addictive, is the Pinonuche. Oh, my. that it sells at the Farmers' Market, The Marketplace, Wild Oats Markets, Alfalfa's, Kaune's Foodtown, Albertson's De Vargas and the Eldorado Supermarket. They also produce yogurts and wheys. The Pyramid Cafe on Cordova. Or the Plaza Cafe on Greek Night — try.it; you'll like it. In fact, you'll like everything at the Plaza Cafe, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and still open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. • * • 5liacamoj(e — Gabriel's, definitely — not only do you get the freshest, most palate-lighting (oh, is the drool starting? sorry) guac, full of good things (your choice), but you get a great show, too, right at tableside. Or for purists, La Tertulia, which goes the other direction — just mashes up perfectly ripe avocado with some garlic salt. Smooooth ... $ad£fSJtA — Forget the Salad Shooter, these are indispensable. Under- cabinet can openers are a gift from God. A food mill. A cheese grater. The mando- line, without which French fries, anything that needs exact slicing or julien- ning, are a pain. A garlic press. And most fabulous, the Garlic Peeler, one of those why-didn't-I- think,-of-that little numbers. You just roll the clove in this little tube and it falls out peeled! Get one. Get several for gifts. At Cookworks. Now you can make James Beard's Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic. -The guilty pleasure. C'mon, if you're a carnivore, you just gotta have one once in a while. Why no't make it a good one — from Zia Diner, or the Bobcat Bite, which one acquaintance describes as "the most honest meat restaurant in the state." Go the whole steer — get the green chile cheeseburger. Then go home and take your Vitamin E. —'All of a sudden, it isn't garlic unless it's roasted. Well, it is good that way. But then it's good almost any way. How lovely that garlic is so good for you, too! $JWCfJu — The little dumpling-pillows are swell (get it?) at Fabio's, at Counter Culture. Italian comfort food. You'll never feel so comforted, or comfortable. Well, maybe not your belt. But the rest of you. "Boat Xatch- A little village in southwestern New Mexico, the center of the state's chile industry. By the way, there's a funny little cookbook out called The Hatch Chile Cookbook, by David G. Jackson & Mark Preston. (B Publishers, Albuquerque, 1994) You'd . enjoy it. 2B. September 24-30^ 1997 Sweetwood Dairy near Pena Blanca makes fresh goat's milk cheeses with several different flavorings SAMTA TE REPORTER- . >>• >jkit ... F . » ,