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People consume more than four and a half billion tacos in the United States every year, and New Mexico, nestled perfectly between South and North America, captures the swirling essences of the cultures that influence one of our favorite foods. There is a definite difference between Mexican cuisine and New Mexican tradition when it comes to the taco, but three simple elements — no matter where you are in the world — make a taco a taco. A taco is … Read More
Not having our beloved markets and festivals to attend in 2020 made a hard year even harder, but there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel! The International Folk Art Market has provisional plans in place to hold an extended 2021 market in accordance with Department of Health Restrictions. Here’s what they shared in a press release: The world-renowned International Folk Art Market (IFAM) is scheduled to have the event in person July 7 – July 18, … Read More