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Rocky has taught the Culinary Arts to children, young adults and culinary professionals around the world. He is available to teach individuals and large groups from one hour knife skills basics to advanced seminars in regional cuisines. Contact us to schedule a consultation.
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SELECTED PUBLISHED ARTICLES
These articles were published in New Mexico Magazine 2011. Each article contains recipes.
TAMALES | Tamale-making has been a tradition for thousands of years—there is evidence that Mesoamerican peoples made tamales in what is today Honduras as far back as 10,000 years ago.
NEW MEXICO SOUL FOOD | Being a Santa Fean, my go-to source for soul food is Tia Sophia’s, which has been serving the City Different for more than 30 years.
SALSA | Although salsa may be as common in New Mexico as ketchup is anywhere else, our condiment of choice need not be tomato-based.
EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST | Pack a sweet and savory picnic for morning bird watching at Bosque del Apache.
LAMB RECIPES | Celebrate the patron saint of cooks with seasonal lamb recipes.
TEQUILA RECIPES | Your Cinco de Mayo fiesta will be a success with these tequila recipes.
CHRISTMAS BREAKFAST | Celebrate with a crowd-pleasing breakfast on Christmas morning.
CHOCOLATE | This Valentine's Day, treat your special someone to this chocolate-inspired menu.
SOUTHWEST GRILLING | In honor of Father's Day, spice up your grilling menu.
TIA SOPHIA's | Stuffed Sopaipilla, Tia Sophia’s, Santa Fe