Road Trip to Tucson Part 5–Santa Fe

The first thing you notice when you get to the Plaza is the scent of burning mesquite. It saturates the air, perfuming it with a sweet and smoky aroma that will stay with you the rest of your life. Years later, the same smell will awake memories of food and quiet nights walking among the adobe buildings and narrow streets of downtown. Continue Reading →

Part 4 Tucson Road Trip: The Road to Santa Fe

My food arrived and two 1/3 lb ground beef patties covered in melted cheese and topped with hot chunks of fire roasted green chile peppers and a side of steak fries did not disappoint. And there I was, taking pictures of it all with my stupid camera phone. Continue Reading →