Category Archives: Taos News

From the heart of the Andes comes Taos chef Roberto Joe Najarro-Huaman

Peruvian cuisine is as varied and rich as a colorful Andean tapestry. Hearty indigenous ingredients have mixed with Spanish, Japanese and African culinary traditions, resulting in a fusion of cultures and flavors. Originally published in Taos News Photos: Katharine Egli … Continue reading

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Two beauty experts converge under one roof at Yucca Plaza

If your New Year’s resolutions include taking better care of your skin, Missy’s Organic Skincare and Spa and Bella Pelle (two businesses under one roof at Yucca Plaza) will help you achieve your goal. Originally published in Taos News “We … Continue reading

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Laura Oest: For the love of food and family

There are many reasons why people open their own businesses. For Laura Oest, the reason behind Stella’s Restaurant 210 is her eight-year-old daughter, Stella Oest Romero. Originally published in Taos News “I am homeschooling Stella and want to spend as … Continue reading

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Danielle Kennedy’s spirit figures blend the commonplace, sacred

Kachinas have been originally used by Native people for religious and ceremonial purposes, but they are also sought after by museums and personal collectors. Story and pictures originally published in Taos News They are made to represent spirits of the natural … Continue reading

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The gift of beauty

“If you want to make your family and friends happy this holiday, give them the gift of beauty,” says Montserrat Oyanedel. Originally published in Taos News Oyanedel is the creator, with Kristel McKanna, of the first Taos hemp-based skincare company, … Continue reading

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Quality pet food at an affordable price

When Diane Dau moved from Minneapolis to Taos 9 years ago she immediately thought about starting her own business. Originally published in Taos News “But I waited several years because I needed to know the area first,” she said. “The … Continue reading

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Chef Horton: Hot food, cold beer, good wine

It’s Sunday, around 6 p.m. and all hands are busy at Common Fire. People are filling the restaurant, partly because it’s the Fourth of July weekend, but also because Chef Horton’s creations are quickly gaining recognition among Taos foodies. Originally … Continue reading

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