New Mexico Native Tomatillo
The New Mexico Native tomatillo is a wild variety found primarily in northern New Mexico that was once gathered by the Navajo, Zuni, Western Keres, Southern Tiwa, and Tewa tribal people. Although the fruit is smaller and has more seeds than other tomatillo varieties, the New Mexico Native tomatillo has a distinctive juicy texture and sweet, complex, fruity, acidic and slightly citrusy flavor. It has been a traditional staple of regional New Mexican and Native cooking, used for soups, chili and salsas. The easy-to-grow seeds are available from only four small catalogs.
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Four generation working family farm featuring livestock, vegetables, fourteen varieties of garlic, jams and preserves, eggs from pastured chickens, our own honey, our wool yarn, and local farm crafts. No sprays -- just clean food. New high tunnel extends our growing season. Farmstand open May 1 through December 24.(more...)
With over 100 small growers participating, the Santa Fe Farmers' Market is the largest in New Mexico and one of the best known in the country. The Market operates year-round in the Santa Fe Railyard and hosts numerous events, including Cook With the Chef, Kids' Events, and Farm Tour.(more...)
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