Under Santa Fe Skies

by Susan Tungate

Fall Is Here

Bring on the parade of funky looking vegetables, cool nights and vegetable soup prepared with the last of the fresh basil and thyme, monster zucchini, tomatoes, corn, a smidge of red dried chile and a carrot, if you dare.

(Carrot provided courtesy of the one and only Lisa Harris, proprietess of the one and only Video Library.)


Indian Market Week in Santa Fe


A reader asked me when Indian Market is held. Perfect timing. Welcome to Indian Market week in Santa Fe,  when life hits its yearly loud, crowded, colorful and even fragrant crescendo. The Opera is presenting "Carmen."  The Santa Fe Bandstand on … [Continue reading]

Ask Georgia


Dear Georgia, I saw this poem and immediately thought of you. Hope you like it. Best, Greg from NYC   "Dog's Bedtime Prayer  Now I lay me down to sleep, The king-sized bed is soft and deep. I sleep right in the center … [Continue reading]

Santa Feans: Viola Fisher


Saturday brought summer to the Northern Hemisphere and lured me back to the blog. My thanks to the nice people who asked whether I am alive and well. I am, thank you, and I hope you are, too. At the moment I am thinking about my one year … [Continue reading]

950,000 Jars of Peanut Butter Buried

Peanut Butter Dumped

Last week 950,000 jars of edible peanut butter were dumped in a landfill in Clovis, NM. That's a lot of peanut butter. Sunland, which was at the middle of the 2012 outbreak of samonella and is now in bankruptcy court, had an agreement with Cosco to … [Continue reading]