Santa Fe School of Cooking Celebrating the Foods of New Mexico
Celebrating the Foods of New Mexico
Celebrating their 25th year, the Santa Fe School of Cooking is the expert on regional New Mexico cuisine. Each year through cooking classes, restaurant tours and special events, the school teaches thousands of culinary students how to create unique Southwest flavors using fresh local ingredients. Superb recipes and instruction from celebrity and guest chefs over the years make this a collectable cookbook.
Classic recipes such as tortillas, enchiladas, sauces and salsas are sure to please, while new riffs using classic ingredients--such as Smoked Trout and Roasted Green Chile Quesadillas, Green Chile Mac & Cheese, Berry Pudding and Biscochitos--will delight beginning and experienced cooks alike.
Susan Curtis founded the Santa Fe School of Cooking in 1989. Nicole Curtis Ammerman manages the school. Their previous books include Southwest Flavors and Salsas & Tacos, and the original Santa Fe School of Cooking Cookbook.