The Traditional Taos Table, Recipes from Northern New Mexico by Fayne Lutz
These are the recipes you need to know if you want to call yourself a Taseño. Compiled by Fayne Lutz, former food editor for The Taos News and edited by M. Elwell Romancito, the online recipe collection is free for anyone who would like to reference them. Print versions of the book are to come. Foreword by Billie Blair. The Traditional Taos Table.
As long as there are people, they are going to tell ghost stories. Whether you believe ghosts can be explained away as hot-firing neurons when the body is calling for sleep, a psychological need to connect, an undigested piece of meat or whether you believe they exist – it doesn’t change the fact that people all over the world will tell each other ghost stories at the drop of a hat. This book will take you on a journey through Paranormal Taos and its Historic District. A resident of Taos since 1986, M. Elwell Romancito has written and edited for several publications in the Taos area, including a long-standing relationship as an editor, writer or columnist with The Taos News, The Taos Historical Society, Taos Magazine, Taos Experience, Art Talk, Southwest Art and more. Romancito is a member of New Mexico Research and Investigation of the Paranormal, and has conducted several investigations in Taos since 2011.
An essay on raising chickens for eggs by Taos author M. Elwell Romancito. The trend for backyard chicken raising continues and the essay looks at the ethics of raising animals for food. Other topics include keeping the girls safe from predators and a collection of egg recipes if you find your eggs are stacking up in the refrigerator.
The letters between contemporary Native American artist Fritz Scholder and Taos gallery owner Tally Richards tells a story about art history in Taos, New Mexico, during a turbulent period of history — the 1960s, 1970s and up through the 1990s. The letters are published as-is without annotation. Edited by M. Elwell Romancito.