Chicos (dried corn)
Chicos is the name given to dried corn across the southwestern US. The dried kernels are small and wrinkled in appearance, but when they are cooked, usually in combination with beans, they swell up and taste like freshly smoked corn. To make chicos, field corn is tied onto ristras (strings) and hung to dry, then kernels are rubbed off and cooked. An alternate method is to roast whole cobs overnight in an adobe oven, and then air-dry them. Chicos are traditionally made by the American Indian nations of the southwest US as well as by the Hispanic culture that settled in the region hundreds of years ago.
Located in the heart of Corrales is Wagner's Farm. This farm has been around since 1910 and has been owned and operated through four generation of the Wagner Family. Come shop at the Wagner's Farm store in Corrales and you will find farm fresh produce that is picked every morning. (more...)
We are a family owned and operated farm in Moriarty, New Mexico, (just 30 miles east of Albuquerque) in the heart of the Estancia Valley. Conveniently located less than one mile south of Interstate 40. (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...)
Los Lunas Growers Market meets every Tuesday, from June through October at Heritage Park from 4 to 7PM. Heritage Park is located at 3447 Lambros Circle at Main Street. Our local market unites farmers, growers and local producers with consumers who wish to purchase fresh, locally grown produce and locally made arts and crafts. (more...)
A customized delivery of small-batch, organic, and home-made canned goodies. Seasonal jellies, jams, preserves, pickles, mustards, herbal tinctures, vinegars and steam distilled essential oils.(more...)
Winter Farmers Market every Saturday throughout the year. We are inside when the weather is bad. (more...)