(Continued from page 1) Local guests have heartily embraced the concept. “They are really loving the idea that the food is grown nearby,” Austin said. “People are flocking to growers’ markets in cities all over.” Also tapping into New Mexico’s long history of agriculture are the catering and restaurant options at Los Poblanos Inn and Cultural Center in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, N.M. “We call our cuisine Rio Grande River Valley ...

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