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.
The Hondo Farmers Market is a locally-based group of farm stands that takes places on summer Wednesdays from 3:00PM to 6:00PM in the parking lot of Midtown Market and Lounge in Arroyo Hondo . Our goal is to bring fresh, local, sustainably grown produce and other products to local residents and more. (more...)
We offer over 100 varieties of tomato starts and 50 pepper cultivars, and specialize in: Endangered heirlooms , including every tomato and pepper boarded on Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste and red-listed by RAFT , the Renewing America's Food Traditions Alliance (more...)
Anichini - Moore Ranch & Farm is a small diversifed farm. We raise many different crops with a focus on heritage animals and foods. We raise heritage sheep breeds (Finn, Lincoln, Shetland and their crosses), heritage pigs (Large Black Pigs, heritage cattle (Belted Galloway and Jersey), and buffalo on pasture and hay. (more...)
We raise pastured poultry (heritage breed chickens), meat goats (Boer/Xs), meat sheep (Katahdin/Dorper/Barbados) and feeder pigs. We are all natural with no steroids, hormones or medications and only use natural fertilizers and insect control methods.(more...)