Workshop Calendar

Indian Street Food Meets Bollywood / June 22, 2013

Indian Street Food Meets Bollywood / June 22, 2013

Indian Street Food Meets Bollywood / June 22, 2013 In India, a fun-filled Bollywood movie, with its buffet of melodrama, humor, romance, action and song is known as a Masaala film. Masaala is also a term used in the kitchen for a mixture of different spices cooked together. Chef Shibana Singh brings the notes of the sitar and beats of the tabla mixed with aromas and tastes that will tantalize the taste buds and the soul. Hands-on, includes lunch. Vegetarian. Chef Shibana’s Bio: Shibana...

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DIY Santa Fe – A Creative Way to Discover Santa Fe / Special workshops, classes and lodging offers in March, 2013

DIY Santa Fe – A Creative Way to Discover Santa Fe / Special workshops, classes and lodging offers in March, 2013

DIY Santa Fe – A Creative Way to Discover Santa Fe Special workshops, classes and lodging offers in March, 2013 www.diysantafe.org Santa Fe is helping everyone help find their inner artist this spring by experiencing, first hand, what makes Santa Fe, New Mexico a nationally recognized center of creativity. Abundant visual arts fill the city with galleries, outdoor art and museums while Santa Fe’s adobe architecture, unique multi-cultural traditions and stunning scenery can’t help but...

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Cleanse and Detox with Ayurvedic Foods & Movement / March 12, 2013

Cleanse and Detox with Ayurvedic Foods & Movement / March 12, 2013

Cleanse and Detox with Ayurvedic Foods & Movement / March 12, 2013 Join Shibana Singh for an enlightening evening of delicious, healing foods and movement. Demonstration. Includes dinner. Chef Shibana’s Bio: Shibana brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, versatility, spirituality and pure passion to her work. She is known among her clients for her compassionate, loving and holistic approach, no matter what their goals are. Shibana is inspired by the undemanding love and maturity...

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Flavors of India: Party Foods / March 9, 2013

Flavors of India: Party Foods / March 9, 2013

Flavors of India: Party Foods / March 9, 2013 Shibana Singh leads us in a hands-on exploration of some of India’s most delicious and fun celebration foods. Includes lunch. Menu (subject to change): Samosas with Chutney Chicken Kabobs Dahi Bhalla Jal Jeera Chai Chef Shibana’s Bio: Shibana brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, versatility, spirituality and pure passion to her work. She is known among her clients for her compassionate, loving and holistic approach, no matter what their...

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Tamales: Fun and Easy / Saturday, November 10, 2012

Tamales: Fun and Easy / Saturday, November 10, 2012

In Santa Fe, each generation teaches the next how to make tamales. These corn-husk wrapped treats can be filled with meat, cheese or vegetarian ingredients. Making tamales takes time and care in the kitchen and is terrific for getting families together. Michelle Roetzer, head of the Culinary Lab at SFCC, will teach newcomers and old-timers how to make this terrific Latin American dish with Santa Fe flair. It’s sure to be a favorite with your family. When:  Saturday, November 10, 2012...

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The Best of Soups / Saturday November 3, 2012

The Best of Soups / Saturday November 3, 2012

Soups occupy an important place in all major European cooking traditions. Begin with simple stocks and then learn a variety of hot and cold soups that will get any meal off to a good start. The soups we make will depend on the seasonal availability of fresh ingredients. Anthony Damiano recently opened “Sup” at the corner of St. Francis Drive and Cordova Road. When: Saturday November 3, 2012 Where: Santa Fe Community College / 6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87508 Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm...

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Cookie-Thron for Kids (ages 10-14) / Saturday December 1, 2012

Cookie-Thron for Kids (ages 10-14) / Saturday December 1, 2012

A delightful part of the holiday chaos is making cookies to eat, to share or to give as gifts. Send your kids to the culinary labs of SFCC to learn the ins and outs of creating delicious holiday cookies. Kids will make a variety of cookies just in time for the holiday season. Darlene Spiess is a recent graduate of the SFCC pastry certificate program and a manager at the East Wing Eatery on campus. When: Saturday December 1, 2012 Where: Santa Fe Community College / 6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe,...

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Wine Appreciation / Starts October 29, 2012

Wine Appreciation / Starts October 29, 2012

In this fun, four session interactive course, you will learn all the basics of wine. Through lecture, field trip and discussion discover what goes into making a $10 Cabernet Sauvignon as compared to $100 Bordeaux. The class will meet off campus for one session to taste and compare red and white grape varietals. You will learn how to be a savvy wine buyer and understand the wine market in northern New Mexico. Howard Spiegelman has spent more than 15 years researching and writing about wines...

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Ayurvedic Cooking Class with Deva / Saturday October 20, 2012

Ayurvedic Cooking Class with Deva / Saturday October 20, 2012

Come learn the judicial use of spices to heal your body. Pacify VATA during VATA SEASON and prepare for Kapha season. Learn how to make: Sprouted mung dahl (spiced legume soup) Kitcheree (mung beans and rice for your dosha) Chai and other teas Chutneys Medicated ghee (ghee with herbs cooked into them) Kir (rice pudding) When:  Saturday, October 20, 2012 Where: 2021 Pinon St, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Time:  10:30 am – 2 pm Cost:  $45 registration by Oct. 12, $54 thereafter Phone:  505-988-7076...

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Santa Fe Creative Tourism Newsletter / July & August 2012

Santa Fe Creative Tourism Newsletter / July & August 2012

Testimonial – New Mexico ArtSpa “I have to confess, I was completely flummoxed by the description “art spa”. I couldn’t get past my vision of “spa” as a place where you go for a massage or a soak or a sauna. But now my horizons have been broadened and I can conceive of  a spa as any place you go to have a rejuvenating experience-in this case via art.  Talk about “in the moment”! I found that everything went out of mind except what I was...

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Santa Fe WINS Best of the Road Best Food Town Competition / Months long competition ends with Santa Fe taking first place for food

Santa Fe WINS Best of the Road Best Food Town Competition / Months long competition ends with Santa Fe taking first place for food

Santa Fe is the small city with the Best Food in the country–according to the Rand McNally/USA Today Best of the Road Rally.  Santa Fe tantalized visiting Best of the Road judges Mike Shubic and Brian Cox with a belly-full of Santa Fe’s remarkable foods, memorable sights, and Southwestern charm. “We barely had time to scratch the surface of the city’s amazing food scene,” said Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau Marketing Director Cynthia Delgado. “There was only time for a small sample...

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History of New Mexico Wine Making & Wine Tasting

History of New Mexico Wine Making & Wine Tasting

Santa Fe Vineyards is celebrating 30 years of wine-making. Come enjoy a wine tasting and learn about New Mexico’s wine history and the wine making process. Bring a guest and mention www.santafecreativetourism.org and enjoy your wine tastings for half-price! For more information, call us at 505-455-2826. Salud! When: Mon-Sat: 10a-6p and Sun: 12p-6p Where: Estrella Del Norte Vineyard / Santa Fe Vineyards – 106 N Shining Sun - Santa Fe, NM 87506 Time: Mon-Sat: 10a-6p and Sun: 12p-6p...

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“At the Artist’s Table” / Native American Art and Cuisine / August 14, 2012

“At the Artist’s Table” / Native American Art and Cuisine / August 14, 2012

Tuesday, August 14, 2012 – Native American Art and Cuisine Artists: Dan, Arlo and Michael Namingha Chefs: Bill and Cheryl Jamison This dinner will showcase the ancient and contemporary culture of the American Southwest, hosted by one of our foremost Native artist families and four-time James Beard Award-winning chefs/cookbook authors. Dan Namingha is from the Tewa-Hopi tribe. He has been showing professionally as an artist for over forty years. His works command unwavering respect for the...

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“At the Artist’s Table” / Spanish Art and Cuisine / July 24, 2012

“At the Artist’s Table” / Spanish Art and Cuisine / July 24, 2012

Tuesday, July 24 – Spanish Art and Cuisine Artist: Arthur López Chef: James Campbell Caruso With their deep understanding of Spanish art, food and culture, santero artist Arthur Lopez and chef James Campbell Caruso will create an evening that invokes New Mexico’s unique Spanish roots while celebrating the contemporary expression of those roots. A five-time James Beard Award nominee and one of only four chefs nominated to compete in the “Copa Jerez International Food and Sherry Pairing...

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Mushroom Identification / July 22 & August 5, 2012

Mushroom Identification / July 22 & August 5, 2012

After a briefing on mushroom identification, you’ll tramp the fields and forests in search of mushrooms in their habitat. Learn how to gather them properly, how to make a spore print, and how to prepare and preserve edible mushrooms. Serious consideration is given to identifying edible vs. poisonous mushrooms. Art Judd, who is at home in nature, has been studying mushrooms for more than 40 years. Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 22, 1 day. Course #HG398 01/CRN 10672 Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,...

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Tapas! with Anthony Damiano / June 17, 2012

Tapas! with Anthony Damiano / June 17, 2012

Tapas are appetizers that play a big role in Spanish cuisine. Learn to create a wide variety for your next party or event. Tapas can be cold or warm; we will make both as we explore traditional dishes. Time allowing, try your hand at shrimp fritters, spicy sausage and cheese tortilla, ceviche, artichoke cakes with aioli, and empanadas. Anthony Damiano recently opened a new restaurant in Santa Fe, “Sup.” He formerly taught at Scottsdale Culinary Institute/Le Cordon Bleu. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3...

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High-Altitude Baking with Tanya Story / June 9th, 2012

High-Altitude Baking with Tanya Story / June 9th, 2012

Are your cakes not rising? You are not alone. Amazing baker Tanya Story will share her secrets to successful high-altitude baking. Baking in Santa Fe’s high altitude means taking science into account. Learn how to adjust formulas and ratios between rising agents, liquids and dry ingredients to produce quality cakes, pastries and cookies that fill your home with the aroma of freshbaked goods. This class is perfect for beginners and experienced bakers. All materials are included. Saturday, 10...

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Raw Living Foods Class with Deva Khalsa / Saturday, March 31st , 2012

Raw Living Foods Class with Deva Khalsa / Saturday, March 31st , 2012

Learn Dehydration! Make Flax Crackers Kale Chips Seed Cheese Nut Milks Chocolate Macaroons When: Saturday, March 31st , 2012 Time: 11am-2:30pm Price: $45 preregistered by March 24, $54 after Location: 2021 Pinon St, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Phone: 505-988-7076 Website/Blog Address:www.thecleanse.com [si-contact-form...

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Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking with Tanya Story / April 14th, 2012

Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking with Tanya Story / April 14th, 2012

Learn a powerful path to good health through vegetarian cooking. The vegetarian diet is based on a wide variety of food that is satisfying and delicious. Vegan diets don’t use any meat, fish, poultry, eggs or dairy products. Both cooking methods reduce the risk of a broad range of health problems. Vegetarian dishes can be as familiar as spaghetti or much more elaborate. This class is an exciting way to learn new dishes to add to your diet. Chef Tanya Story is not a vegetarian but maintains a...

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Tamales: Fun and Easy with Michelle Roetzer / April 21st, 2012

Tamales: Fun and Easy with Michelle Roetzer / April 21st, 2012

In Santa Fe, each generation teaches the next how to make tamales. These corn-husk wrapped treats can be filled with meat, cheese or vegetarian ingredients. Making tamales takes time and care in the kitchen and is terrific for getting families together. Michelle Roetzer, head of the Culinary Lab at SFCC, will teach newcomers and old-timers how to make this terrific Latin American dish with Santa Fe flair. It’s sure to be a favorite with your family. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 21, 1...

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Breakfast Baking with Mark Sciscenti / March 10th, 2012 (1day)

Breakfast Baking with Mark Sciscenti / March 10th, 2012 (1day)

Learn how to select ingredients, measure, mix, bake and correctly follow great recipes for mouth-watering, get ‘em-out-of-bed baked goods. Join us for a fun day of making light muffins, flavorful scones and perfectly tender and scrumptious Danish. You’ll also learn about challenges and adjustments for baking at high altitudes. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 10, 1 day. Course #CK313 01/CRN 30702 Mark Sciscenti, Fee $75...

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Making Fun Breads and Rolls with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / April 15th, 2012 (1day)

Making Fun Breads and Rolls with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / April 15th, 2012 (1day)

Sometimes bread making is not only productive, it’s fun, like when learning to make a variety of bakery rolls. There are rolls appropriate for every occasion and each baking sheet is a batch of little successes. The instructor will lead you through crusty European rolls, butterflake rolls, hamburger or hot dog rolls and, as an extra kick, pretzels.Lisa Gosper-Espinosa is an accomplished pastry chef who has worked in a variety of restaurants in Santa Fe. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 15, 1...

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Gluten-Free Bread Making with Mark Sciscenti / Feb. 18th, 2012 (1day)

Gluten-Free Bread Making with Mark Sciscenti / Feb. 18th, 2012 (1day)

Make tasty gluten-free breads and begin to enjoy the “staff of life” once again. We will discuss the tastes, textures and qualities of gluten-free grains and flours from which these alternative breads can be made. In this class you will learn how to make Italian focaccia, a wonderful sandwich loaf and French baguettes. Mark is a self-taught, professional pastry chef who has been baking wheat-free since 1995. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Feb. 18, 1 day. Course #CK316 01/CRN 31553 Mark...

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Gluten-Free Quick Breads, Muffins and Coffee Cakes with Mark Sciscenti / March 31st, 2012 (1day)

Gluten-Free Quick Breads, Muffins and Coffee Cakes with Mark Sciscenti / March 31st, 2012 (1day)

Make fabulous and flavorful pastries to satisfy your morning cravings. The instructor will discuss the varieties, properties, tastes and textures of gluten-free grains and how to make balanced and tasty desserts. You will make a coffee cake, zucchini bread and blueberry muffins. Mark Sciscenti is a self-taught, professional pastry chef who has been baking wheat-free since 1995. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 31, 1 day. Course #CK315 01/CRN 31554 Mark Sciscenti, Fee $75...

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Baking Flatbreads with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / March 4th, 2012 (1day)

Baking Flatbreads with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / March 4th, 2012 (1day)

Learn to love the smell and taste of fresh-baked bread and don’t bother with all that kneading and rising. Make flatbreads instead! Flatbreads are the world’s oldest breads. There are flatbreads for every occasion: sweet, savory, spiced, filled, crisp, soft, yeast-free and wheat-free! Come make several varieties, like Afghan naan, Swiss spelt breakfast bread, Norwegian crispbread and Tibetan barley skillet bread. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., March 4, 1 day. Course #CK312 01/CRN 31535 Lisa...

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Bread Basics with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / Feb. 5th, 2012 (1day)

Bread Basics with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / Feb. 5th, 2012 (1day)

Learn how to measure, mix, knead, proof and bake delicious, artisan European-style bread. We’ll make classic French bread, 100% whole-wheat hearth bread and struan, a delectable Scottish bread made with oats and brown rice. You’ll also learn the leavening process, how to substitute other grains, and different bread forms such as boules, baguettes, sandwich loaves and rolls. Lisa comes from an Italian bakery family, has been baking for decades and bakes for Dulce, a bakery in Santa Fe. Sunday,...

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High-Altitude Baking with Tanya Story / March 3rd, 2012 (1day)

High-Altitude Baking with Tanya Story / March 3rd, 2012 (1day)

Are your cakes not rising? You are not alone. Amazing baker Tanya Story will share her secrets to successful high-altitude baking. Baking in Santa Fe’s high altitude means taking science into account. Learn how to adjust formulas and ratios between rising agents, liquids and dry ingredients to produce quality cakes, pastries and cookies that fill your home with the aroma of fresh baked goods. This class is perfect for beginners and experienced bakers. All materials are included. Saturday, 10...

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Hands-on Cooking Classes with Las Cosas Cooking School

Hands-on Cooking Classes with Las Cosas Cooking School

“New Mexico Favorites” Welcome to New Mexico and an exploration of our ancient and unique cuisine. Sit back and relax as we introduce you to the wonderful local ingredients that make up our Northern New Mexican Cuisine. You will be treated to a feast of flavors and information on chilies- both fresh and dried, spices, masa, corn and the techniques of cooking Southwest style with them. Then we prepare a feast drawn from the melting pot of recipes and dishes shared by our neighbors,...

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Santa Fe Vineyards: Meet the Artist / Virginia Maria Romero / Sunday, November 20, 2011

Santa Fe Vineyards: Meet the Artist / Virginia Maria Romero / Sunday, November 20, 2011

Santa Fe Vineyards is celebrating 30 Years of Wine Making in New Mexico. Come by on Sunday, Nov 20th from 3pm – 5pm and meet award-winning artist, Virginia Maria Romero, who designed the label, “St. Francis and His Wild Desert Friends”, for our newly released Santa Fe Vineyards 2010 Merlot. Virginia Maria Romero will be discussing her art and signing bottles of her retablo label for our 30 year anniversary Merlot. Call us at 505-455-2826 for more information. To see more of...

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DIY Santa Fe – Spring Break March 2012 – Workshops, Classes and Experiences in Santa Fe, New Mexico

DIY Santa Fe – Spring Break March 2012 – Workshops, Classes and Experiences in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Experience the Land of Enchantment in a truly hands-on manner while getting to know the city’s art, culture, history, heritage and people. Santa Fe Creative Tourism and The Inn and Spa at Loretto have partnered to present our DIY Santa Fe – 2012 Spring Break Package, featuring fabulous workshops, classes and experiences taught by local community members in vibrant artists’ studios and other settings. From painting and glassworks, writing and journaling, to photography and crafts, experiencing...

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Mushroom Identification with Arthur Judd / September 11th, 2011

Mushroom Identification with Arthur Judd / September 11th, 2011

After a briefing on mushroom identification, you’ll tramp the fields and forests in search of mushrooms in their habitat. Learn how to gather them properly, how to make a spore print, and how to prepare and preserve edible mushrooms. Serious consideration is given to identifying edible vs. poisonous mushrooms. Art Judd, who is at home in nature, has been studying mushrooms for more than 40 years. Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sept. 11, 1 day. Course #HG398 01/CRN 20404 Arthur Judd, Fee $49...

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Gluten-Free Cooking Classes with Mark Sciscenti – September/October, 2011

Gluten-Free Cooking Classes with Mark Sciscenti – September/October, 2011

Gluten-Free Cookies and Brownies Learn how to make fancy and yummy goodies for treats and snacks. Baker Mark Sciscenti will discuss the varieties and properties, tastes and textures of glutenfree grains and how to make balanced and flavorful desserts. Students will make a shortbread cookie, a thumbprint cookie and a brownie. Mark Sciscenti is a self-taught, professional pastry chef who has been baking wheat-free since 1995. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 10, 1 day. Course #CK304 01/CRN...

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Breakfast Baking with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa – October 9th, 2011

Breakfast Baking with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa – October 9th, 2011

Learn how to select ingredients, measure, mix, bake and correctly follow great recipes for mouth-watering, get ‘em-out-of-bed baked goods. Join us for a fun day of making light muffins, flavorful scones and perfectly tender and flaky biscuits. You’ll also learn about challenges and adjustments for baking at high altitudes. Lisa comes from an Italian bakery family, has been baking for decades and bakes for Dulce, a bakery in Santa Fe. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Oct. 9, 1 day. Course #CK313...

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Flatbreads Around the World – Oct. 23,2011

Flatbreads Around the World – Oct. 23,2011

Learn to love the smell and taste of fresh-baked bread and don’t bother with all that kneading and rising. Make flatbreads instead! Flatbreads are the world’s oldest breads. There are flatbreads for every occasion: sweet, savory, spiced, filled, crisp, soft, yeast-free and wheat-free! Come make several varieties, like Afghan naan, Swiss spelt breakfast bread, Norwegian crispbread and Tibetan barley skillet bread. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Oct. 23, 1 day. Course #CK312 01/CRN 21452 Lisa...

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RAINMAKER DINNER WITH SAKIESTEWA AND ROETZER AUG. 16, 2011 AT THE ARTIST’S TABLE TO BENEFIT EDUCATION AND THE ARTS

RAINMAKER DINNER WITH SAKIESTEWA AND ROETZER AUG. 16, 2011 AT THE ARTIST’S TABLE TO BENEFIT EDUCATION AND THE ARTS

  Santa Fe, N.M. — Chef Michelle Roetzer has prepared her culinary delights for two U.S. presidents, George H. W. Bush, and Bill Clinton, and Mexican president Vicente Fox as well. Now she will to do the honors for the third and final event in a series to benefit Partners in Education and the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission. “At the Artist’s Table: Rainmaker Dinner,” takes place Tuesday, August 16 at the Santa Fe School of Cooking. Roetzer is joining forces with Native artist Ramona...

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Bread Basics / September 24, 2011

Bread Basics / September 24, 2011

Learn how to measure, mix, knead, proof and bake delicious, artisan European-style bread. Make classic French bread, 100% whole wheat hearth bread and struan, a delectable Scottish bread made with oats and brown rice. You’ll also learn the leavening process, how to substitute other grains, and different bread forms such as boules, baguettes, sandwich loaves and rolls. Lisa comes from an Italian bakery family, has been baking for decades and bakes for Dulce, a bakery in Santa Fe. Saturday, 10...

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Garden Tours & Vine to Wine Class – Estrella Del Norte Vineyard

Garden Tours & Vine to Wine Class – Estrella Del Norte Vineyard

Wine Tasting Room and Event Center has Vineyards, Orchards and a European Garden for tours, wine dinners, cooking classes and scheduled events. We also have a meet up group that meets once or twice a month for vine to wine activities, we prune vines, harvest, crush grapes and make wine (Seasonal Call For Details). Santa Fe is the oldest wine growing regions in the US started in 1629 by the Spanish coming through the region. And was one of the biggest producers of wine at the turn of the...

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Ayurvedic Cooking Intensive / October 26-30, 2011

Ayurvedic Cooking Intensive / October 26-30, 2011

Join master chefs Amadea Morningstar and Deva Khalsa, with special guest chef Mavis Gewant, in this 32 hour hands on Ayurvedic cooking course. This intensive offers generous amounts of time in the kitchen, balanced with quiet time and yoga in the beautiful Southwest. When: October 26-30, 2011 Where: 9 Fido Lane, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Time: Wed & Thurs 1-6pm
, Fri & Sat 9-5pm Sunday 9-2pm Phone: 505-988-7076 Website/Blog Address:...

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Photography, Poetry, Calligraphy, & Art at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu

Photography, Poetry, Calligraphy, & Art at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu

Ghost Ranch is a place where the elements of community, culture, light and dialog form the basis of a special learning process.Each year Ghost Ranch, sponsors dozens of exhibits, performances, lectures and other special events. Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu offers a Georgia O’Keeffe Landscape Tour, hiking trails, two internationally  known Museums, the new Piedra Lumbre Education and Visitor Center with exhibits featuring the history and culture of northern New Mexico, an art gallery and gift shop....

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Cooking Classes / Santa Fe School of Cooking

Cooking Classes / Santa Fe School of Cooking

Santa Fe’s unique cuisine is as much a part of the city’s soul as its 17-century architecture. Warm, spicy tastes and enticing aromas evoke rich cultural traditions while contemporary chefs meld native ingredients with new ideas to create a contemporary style of Southwestern fare. At the Santa Fe School of Cooking, you can experience this delicious cuisine in depth, including  the techniques of master chefs, the lore of the region and, of course, fabulous food. Phone: 505.983.4511...

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Discovering the Joys of Learning, Play and Community – Santa Fe Children’s Museum

Discovering the Joys of Learning, Play and Community – Santa Fe Children’s Museum

  Adults aren’t the only ones who enjoy the pulsing innovation of one of the world’s most creative cities. The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is one of America’s top-rated children’s museums, and is consistently voted as a don’t-miss for kids in Santa Fe. One vision underlies everything the Museum does: children learn by creating! The Museum’s indoor exhibit space offers unlimited opportunities for children to discover the world around them; explore art, experiment with science, and just...

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Dutch Oven Cooking – WILD VISTAS ADVENTURES

Dutch Oven Cooking – WILD VISTAS ADVENTURES

Wild Vistas Adventures LLC can teach you the skills of a camp cook. We offer one-day seminars on the art of Dutch Oven Cooking. You will learn: Cast Iron and Aluminum Pot Selection and Care Fire and Coal Preparation Bean Cooking Roasting Beef & Chicken Baking Breads Cobblers & Cakes Meal Planning and more… Wild Vistas Adventures LLC provides: Transportation to and from Santa Fe, NM Three hours of cooking and instruction Traditional cowboy dinner Phone: 505.474.3452 Where:...

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Food Fitness and Faith – Shibana 1 Wellness

Food Fitness and Faith – Shibana 1 Wellness

The path to well being is attainable! Food fitness and faith are intertwined in Shibanas step into grace movement and cooking workshops. Her movements are an empowering ritual, interlacing yoga and meditation into a challenging yet refreshing way of leading an active lifestyle. Her passion and deep rooted, easy to understand spirituality are experienced as you feel the body, mind and spirit harmonize. The cooking class is based on the ancient science of Ayurveda which teaches you to eat...

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Mushroom Identification

Mushroom Identification

After a briefing on mushroom identification, tramp the fields and forests in search of mushrooms in their habitat. Learn how to gather them properly, how to make a spore print, and how to prepare and preserve edible mushrooms. Serious consideration is given to identifying edible vs. poisonous mushrooms. Art Judd, who is at home in nature, has been studying mushrooms for more than 40 years. Sunday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 24, 1 day. Course #HG398 01/CRN 10198 Arthur Judd, Fee $49 Sunday, 8 a.m....

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Slow Food

Slow Food

Join local chefs and Slow Food Santa Fe board members, Michelle Roetzer (on June 25) or Tanya Story (on July 23) for a morning at the beautiful Santa Fe Farmers Market to procure the best local ingredients. Zip back to the community college kitchens to prepare lunch using techniques to highlight the seasonal flavor of what has been chosen. The trip to the farmers market will include talking with local farmers and learning why local and sustainable food sources are vital to the health of a...

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Tamales: Fun and easy corn-husk wrapped treats

Tamales: Fun and easy corn-husk wrapped treats

In Santa Fe, each generation teaches the next how to make tamales. These corn-husk wrapped treats can be filled with meat, cheese or vegetarian. Making tamales takes time and care in the kitchen and is terrific for getting families together. Michelle Roetzer, head of the Culinary Lab at SFCC, will teach newcomers and old timers how to make this terrific Latin American dish with Santa Fe flair. It’s sure to be a favorite with your family. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., July 24, 1 day. Course #CK361...

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Gluten-Free Brownie and Cookie Baking

Gluten-Free Brownie and Cookie Baking

Learn how to make fancy and yummy goodies for treats and snacks. Baker Mark Sciscenti will discuss the varieties and properties, tastes and textures of gluten free grains and how to make balanced and flavorful desserts. Students will make a shortbread cookie, a thumbprint cookie, a brownie and a quick bread. Sciscenti is a self-taught, professional pastry chef who has been baking wheat-free since 1995. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., July 9, 1 day. Course #CK304 01/CRN 10655 Mark Sciscenti, Fee...

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High-Altitude Baking with Tonya Story

High-Altitude Baking with Tonya Story

Are your cakes not rising? You are not alone. Amazing baker Tonya Story will share her secrets to successful high-altitude baking. Baking in Santa Fe’s high altitude means taking science into account. Learn how to adjust formulas and ratios between rising agents, liquids and dry ingredients to produce quality cakes, pastries and cookies that fill your home with the aroma of fresh baked goods. This class is perfect for beginners and experienced bakers. All materials are included. Sunday, 11...

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Breakfast Baking with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / June 26,2011

Breakfast Baking with Lisa Gosper-Espinosa / June 26,2011

Nothing will brighten a lazy Sunday morning more than the smells of freshly baked pastries and breads at home. Learn how to make real Danishes by hand. If Danishes are not your thing, Sciscenti will also be teaching how to make croissants, quick breads and scones. Something yummy in the morning is a great start to the day! Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 26, 1 day. Course #CK313 01/CRN 10233 Lisa Gosper-Espinosa, Fee...

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“At the Artist’s Table” to Benefit Education and the Arts – Cuisine of Santa Fe, New Mexico

“At the Artist’s Table” to Benefit Education and the Arts – Cuisine of Santa Fe, New Mexico

A group of renowned artists and chefs are coming together for a series of exclusive evenings exploring the art and cuisine of Santa Fe’s diverse cultures – all to benefit local education and the arts. “At the Artist’s Table” is a series of three events that will pair a nationally known Santa Fe artist with an equally celebrated, award-winning chef, who will work together to create a unique menu for the evening.  Each dinner will be anchored around one of Santa Fe’s most dynamic...

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