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by Larry McGoldrick @ Larry's Albuquerque Food Musings

Home-Cooked New Mexican Food in Corrales First visit: August 25, 2015 Fifth visit: March  26, 2016  The owner, Ginger Hunter, a native Corraleña, describes her place as: “My name is Ginger. I’m from Corrales, born and raised. I don’t have any special … Continue reading

Trump, Schumer to meet as Dems, GOP trade pre-shutdown blame

Trump, Schumer to meet as Dems, GOP trade pre-shutdown blame

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President Donald Trump waits to be introduced to speak to the March for Life participants from the Rose Garden of the White House, Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump, Schumer to meet as Dems, GOP trade pre-shutdown blame

Trump, Schumer to meet as Dems, GOP trade pre-shutdown blame

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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks to reporters as he walks towards the Senate as Congress moves closer to the funding deadline to avoid a government shutdown on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Police identify gunman in Albuquerque restaurant shooting

Police identify gunman in Albuquerque restaurant shooting


KRQE News 13

One victim is in the hospital and three others are dead, including the shooter, who police say took his own life after targeting people inside a busy restaurant Friday afternoon.

Albuquerque Top Ten Dishes - Local Flavor

Albuquerque Top Ten Dishes - Local Flavor


Local Flavor

I have a dear friend in Chicago who is infamous for his “top ten” lists. Every trip, outing, or life event gets its own top ten. He posts them on Facebook with his typical “in no particular order, except number one” verbiage. I always read them, usually laugh, and frequently wish I had been a part of them. When I travel somewhere, I will send him a quick message asking for his top ten. I have discovered some of my favorite restaurants and bars that way. Well, now it’s our turn Albuquerque. We have culture, we have art, we have nightlife, and we have an incredible culinary community that has finally begun to receive the recognition deserved. So without further ado … I present to you, my Top Ten Dishes of Albuquerque for 2014. In no particular order, except number one … Jennifer James 101 Sautéed Black Cod, Aromatic Black Lentils, Caramelized Winter Squash and Sage Brown Butter Whenever I am asked what my favorite restaurant in Albuquerque is, the answer flows without hesitation from my lips … Jennifer James 101. I don’t have to think about it. It’s almost like asking my name. This inconspicuous restaurant nestled in a … Continue reading

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Hotels near Pho 79, Albuquerque (NM) - BEST HOTEL RATES Near Restaurants and Cafes, Albuquerque (NM) - United States


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M’Tucci’s Moderno Italian Restaurant

by Larry McGoldrick @ Larry's Albuquerque Food Musings

Another jewel in the M’Tucci’s diadem Latest visit: March 25, 2017 First visit: January 26, 2017  M’Tucci’s Moderno Italian Restaurant is the fourth jewel  in the crown of the M’Tucci’s empire. The owners, Jeff Spiegel and Katie Gardner, know how … Continue reading

A popular instrument of the Middle Ages is experiencing a renaissance in NM

A popular instrument of the Middle Ages is experiencing a renaissance in NM

by Katy Diffendorfer @ KRQE News 13

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —  An ancestor to the piano and hugely popular during the Middle Ages, the classic sound of the Dulcimer is experiencing a…

Le Bistro Vietnamese Restaurant

Le Bistro Vietnamese Restaurant


Le Bistro Vietnamese Restaurant

Le Bistro Vietnamese Restaurant

Toys for Curious Kids: Moon Rabbit & Out of the Blue

by Local Flavor @ Local Flavor

It’s been a particularly stunning fall––I’m sure you’ve noticed––the leaves a glorious phoenix before the ashes of winter softly pull them to the earth. I remember growing up, when the sole purpose of autumn was getting all the neighborhood kids together to play in the backyard. Our goal? To make the biggest leaf pile imaginable. It was awesome. Or, as Shana Hack, owner of Moon Rabbit Toys in Santa Fe has a penchant for saying, “Awesome sauce!” But Midwestern winters could be brutal, and many an hour was also spent inside, creating galaxies with Tinker Toys, imaginary kingdoms with wooden blocks and trying to get the family together to play charades, or Trivial Pursuit, or an epic, sometimes week-long game of Risk. I suspect I’m dating myself with the aforementioned board games, but it would appear that a new generation of board-game nerds is on the loose, as both Moon Rabbit and Out of the Blue Toys in Albuquerque note there’s a full-on resurgence in the popularity of board games in the past couple of years. Lisa Gallegos, manager at Out of the Blue for the past five years, thinks this might be a rebellion against or reaction to all … Continue reading

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House of Pho, Albuquerque

House of Pho, Albuquerque


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House of Pho - View the menu for House of Pho as well as maps, restaurant reviews for House of Pho and other restaurants in Albuquerque, NM and Albuquerque.

16 Places To Get A Pho-Nominal Bowl Of Pho Soup In Albuquerque

16 Places To Get A Pho-Nominal Bowl Of Pho Soup In Albuquerque


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Let's just get all the pho-nny puns out of the way. These places are pho-nomenal, I mean pho real. Pho shizzle? Okay, that's enough of that. Grab your cilantro, sprouts, and lime as we dive into this ...

Albuquerque’s Animal Welfare Department to get new leadership

Albuquerque’s Animal Welfare Department to get new leadership

by KRQE News 13 @ KRQE News 13

Albuquerque's troubled Animal Welfare Department is getting new leadership. 

Horseman’s Haven Cafe

by Larry McGoldrick @ Larry's Albuquerque Food Musings

 It’s the chile, stupid…  First Visit: November 19, 2011 This excellent restaurant may have odd hours, but it is also a local favorite. The Haven has some of the best green chile in the entire state of New Mexico. Service … Continue reading

Property owner fed up with burglaries near downtown Albuquerque

Property owner fed up with burglaries near downtown Albuquerque

by Brittany Bade @ KRQE News 13

Her family has owned property near downtown Albuquerque since 1953, but now the property owner is thinking of doing something she never thou…

AK Deli – Albuquerque, New Mexico

by Gil Garduno @ Gil's Thrilling (And Filling) Blog

“You’ll never be one of us,” my brother-in-law Chuck quipped in his best Baron von Trapp voice. He wasn’t talking about me being part of the family. He was talking about me being a Chicagoan. Chuck wasn’t being mean-spirited or condescending in any way. The only person not born in the Windy City whom he considers a true Chicagoan is

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What’s on your plate in 2018?

by Local Flavor @ Local Flavor

A humorous and much-shared posting on Facebook earlier this year poked fun at the popularity of the latest food trends of both kale and coconut oil. Accompanying a photo of wilted kale in a frying pan poised over a garbage can was advice that simply stated, “Remember to always use coconut oil when sautéing kale; it makes it much easier to scrape into the garbage!” I totally connected with the jab; I guess I like kale well enough, but I don’t want it in a smoothie, and there has been some controversy about whether coconut oil is good for you. I do think, as Americans, we take food trends too far; witness the gluten-free craze, for example. On a positive note though, I think the introduction of new ingredients, cooking techniques and cuisines does keep our eating world stimulating and our chefs on their creative toes, which both engages us and brings us back for more. So as we head into the great culinary unknown of 2018, I thought it would be interesting to contact some local culinarians who are actually involved in setting trends, and one who writes about them in the media, to see what they predict will … Continue reading

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Company supplying buses for ART working to fix issues

Company supplying buses for ART working to fix issues

by KRQE News 13 @ KRQE News 13

 The company supplying buses for the Albuquerque Rapid Transit says it's working to fix its issues.

What Happens When A Troubled Police Department Refuses To Reform?

by ABQ Free Press @ Albuquerque Online Newspaper – ABQ Free Press

Federal consent decrees and civilian oversight are often held up as strong tools to get misbehaving police departments to right ship. But Albuquerque’s experience shows the agreements can be toothless and fragile.

M’Tucci’s Italian

by Larry McGoldrick @ Larry's Albuquerque Food Musings

One of the best Italian restaurants in New Mexico Twenty-second Visit: November 13, 2016  First Visit: February 19, 2015  There are many Italian restaurants in The Duke City, but few can touch M’Tucci’s  Italian for brilliance. This is the flagship of the M’Tucci’s empire, … Continue reading

Menu at Mr. Pho restaurant, Albuquerque

Menu at Mr. Pho restaurant, Albuquerque


Restaurant Guru

The actual menu of the Mr. Pho restaurant. Prices and visitors' opinions on dishes.

2 dead, 1 injured in Albuquerque restaurant shooting

2 dead, 1 injured in Albuquerque restaurant shooting


KSNT News

Officers say two people are dead after a restaurant shooting in northeast Albuquerque. One other person is believed to be injured.

Pho Ava offers Vietnamese favorites with a southern flavor

Pho Ava offers Vietnamese favorites with a southern flavor


The Santa Fe New Mexican

While many of the dishes are virtually identical specimens of stateside Vietnamese restaurant classics (pho or noodle soup, fried rice dishes, vermicelli rice dishes), Tommy Nguyen brings a different palate

Pho #1

Pho #1


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Find Pho #1 in Albuquerque with Address, Phone number from Yahoo US Local. Includes Pho #1 Reviews, maps & directions to Pho #1 in Albuquerque and more from Yahoo US Local

Trump, Schumer to meet as Dems, GOP trade pre-shutdown blame

Trump, Schumer to meet as Dems, GOP trade pre-shutdown blame

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Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney speaks with reporters outside the White House about a possible government shutdown, Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Pho #1 - Asian Restaurants - Albuquerque, 87108-3035, NM

Pho #1 - Asian Restaurants - Albuquerque, 87108-3035, NM


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Information about Pho #1 located in Albuquerque 87108-3035, NM. Business is Asian Restaurants.

The Birds Paradise Hot Pot – Albuquerque, New Mexico

by Gil Garduno @ Gil's Thrilling (And Filling) Blog

It was 2:15AM on a workday, a full four hours before my dreaded alarm clock was set to utter a tone surpassed for annoyance only by the screechy prattle on The View.  Inexplicably my brain decided it was a good idea to play deejay and serenade me with Sukiyaki, the only Japanese pop song ever to top the charts across

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Phở Hòa Vietnamese Restaurant (Closed)

Phở Hòa Vietnamese Restaurant (Closed)


Larry's Albuquerque Food Musings

Unbelievably good Phở First visit: December 24, 2013  As of this writing, there are 37 Vietnamese restaurants in ABQ. When I go to any of them, I invariably order phở tái nam  with the tái served o…

M’TUCCI’S MARKET & PIZZERIA – Albuquerque, New Mexico

by Gil Garduno @ Gil's Thrilling (And Filling) Blog

Greek mythology recounts the story of Tantalus, progeny of a divine parent (Zeus himself) and a mortal one.  Uniquely favored among mortals by being invited to share the food of the gods, Tantalus abused that privilege by slaying his own son and feeding him to the gods as a test of their omniscience.  The gods immediately figured out what Tantalus

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Weather service: Hazardous conditions expected from storm

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ALBUQUERQUE — Forecasters say a storm this weekend may cause difficult to severe driving conditions in Northern and Western New Mexico and severe to damaging winds in other parts of the state.

APD’s new chief discusses potential suspects in West Mesa murder investigation

APD’s new chief discusses potential suspects in West Mesa murder investigation

by KRQE News 13 @ KRQE News 13

It's Albuquerque's biggest murder mystery: Who killed 11 women and buried them on the West Mesa?

Fresh Bistro

by Larry McGoldrick @ Larry's Albuquerque Food Musings

  Seventhth Visit: March 2, 2017  First Visit: January 12, 2017 Chef Jon Young and his lovely wife, Melissa, have put together a delightful new restaurant to accompany their Fresh Mobile Bistro, which is usually parked outside the restaurant. Jon is a … Continue reading

Too Big to Wrap

by Local Flavor @ Local Flavor

For your holiday gift list this year, think outside the box—way outside it—with gifts that refuse to be contained. Rather than giving eachother more stuff that has to be stored and maintained, why not give your loved one an experience they’ll cherish for a lifetime? Give the gift of knowledge, joy or adventure. While such things are intangible, they are also meaningful and enduring. An Old-Fashioned Sleigh Ride What could be more quintessentially yuletide than a horse-drawn sleigh ride in the snow? Throw in hot cocoa and cookies, and we’ve officially reached peak winter nostalgia. Arrange for a couples or family ride with Roadrunner Tours in Angel Fire. The frost may bite, but that will only add to your warm, fuzzy feelings as the sleigh glides along a groomed nature trail starting at 4 p.m. A short stop at the halfway point allows for photo opportunities and time to walk around, pet the horses, and take in the peaceful surroundings. For the more culinary minded, you can add on a three-course meal following the ride. Tours are available December through March, last just under one hour and are appropriate for all ages. “This is our 33rd year of doing sleigh … Continue reading

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