White Sands, New Mexico by Geoff Poitras
People call them little pillows, but the name really means “holding soup.” Sopaillas are one of many foods that New Mexico can call it’s own -The New Mexican Quick Bread. The history of the sopapilla is over 200 years old, originating in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. It is often as much a staple of many New Mexican meals as the tortilla Desserts, Mexico, Food, Sopapilla, Breads, Savory Recipe, Mexicans Meals, Sugar, Honey
New Mexico Sopapillas ~ served in all of the restaurants...it is dough thinly rolled out & dropped into hot grease. They puff up with & have air on the inside - can open them up & put honey in them or you can stuff them with meat, beans, & cheese...serve with guacamole, lettuce & tomato. They are DELICIOUS!!
Zozobra ... Old Man Blue. Every year a festival is held in Santa Fe where this giant puppet, stuffed with divorce papers, bad report cards, speeding tickets, negative bank statements etc. is set on fire during the festival of Zozobra, giving a clean slate for the year ... How cool!!! Nm The Land, Santa Fe Nm, Mexico Colors, Santa Fe Mi, Childhood Memories, Mexico Land, Mexico Style, Enchanted, Nuevo Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico and the beautiful Sandia Mountains-I love my home town!
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Patrick Matthews is featured in a new show at Beals and Abbate Fine Art (on Canyon Road) called TEXTURE, May 22 - June 4. We love this flag... captures the Land of Enchantment perfectly! Red Crosses, Flags Painting, Zia Flagland, Mexico Style, States Flags, Beauty Santa, Enchanted Painting, Land Enchanted, Santa Fe
Sigh - New Mexico!
Truchas, New Mexico High Road to Taos
Violet Dawn Ahmie of Laguna Pueblo, poses after dancing at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial..
Sun rising between two teepees at Taos Drum, Taos, New Mexico
Sandia Peak, Albuquerque, NM
Sandia Peak Tramway | Ranch Ramblins
Burrowing owl in eastern New Mexico.
New Mexico Zia Symbol Turquoise and Silver Earrings by Santa Fe Silverworks
TWO YOUNG COWBOYS "GUNS, BOWIE KNIVES, RIFLES" ca. 1880 These two Cowboys have all the accouterments for the Wild West and the location "New Mexico, Territory" Awesome Wild, Old Photos With Guns, Bowie Knives, Mexico Cowboy, Vintage Photos, Westerns Wild West, Old West Cowboy, American Wild, Cowboy 1880S
New Mexico Cowboys 1880s
"Old West Cowboy" photos with supporting text, part 3
A carved gate of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Cuba, NM. At Bruno's Restaurante