Nov. 22, 1972

In the Portales News-Tribune, Tastee-Freez advertised a Tastee burger deluxe with golden-taste fries for 45 cents.

Summer Wine Fest on tap

By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor Portales will get a taste of New Mexico Friday during Portales MainStreet’s annual Summer Wine Fest. A fundraiser for the non-profit organization, the event, cosponsored by First Community Bank, gets under way at 7 p.m. at The Ice House, 208 N. Ave. A. The $25 per person ticket price […]

Residents get local taste

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By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor Sunday’s Local Flavor Day at “Key Ingredients, America By Food,” the Smithsonian traveling exhibit currently at Eastern New Mexico University, was a taste-testers delight. Most tables at the event offered a food sample either made in New Mexico or with a New Mexico connection. Suzanne Zamora and DeAnna Martinez […]

Cook spices it up on ‘Creative Living

By Sheryl Borden: Local columnist Information on making prairie points, cooking with spices, and making illusionary bars on clothing will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on at noon on Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Pat de Santis, with Wrights Co. in West Warren, Mass., will show the new “by the yard” prairie […]

Sometimes we pay too much for nothing

By Kevin Wilson: FNNM Columnist When your governor seeks the presidency, it’s reassuring to know your lieutenant governor can replace him in New Mexico’s most important times. And the other times too. My e-mail inbox was flooded Monday night with a variety of press releases. The one that got my attention features Lt. Gov. Diane […]

Newspapers sponsor cooking class

Jack King You might call it a new taste of the old. Holly Glenn, events coordinator for Freedom Newspapers of New Mexico, said a cooking school the news group will co-sponsor in October will focus on fast, easy and original ways to prepare dishes that appeal to those who love good, home-cooked, comfort food. The […]