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Eggs have been important to humans since we started hunting and gathering. They were a main food staple for early people and they symbolize life, fertility, and rebirth in many cultures to this day. For those like me who grew up in the Southwest, spring celebrations always meant cracking cascarones (confetti eggs) on the heads of friends and family, leaving behind an explosion of color. Many other unique egg decorating traditions have originated all over the world. From Germany and … Read More
This Labor Day Weekend brings a feast of fanfare and fun to Santa Fe, kicking off on Friday with the annual demise of Old Man Gloom. The festivities continue over the weekend with the celebration and ceremony of Fiestas de Santa Fe then wind down with the Labor Day holiday on Monday. Throughout it all, food plays a big role in celebrating these events. You’ll need some sustenance as you await the fiery end of Zozobra, the 50-foot puppet that … Read More