Ahead of the Curve
ELIZABETH SEBASTIAN DEFIED CONVENTIONS TO DIVERSIFY NORTHERN NEW MEXICO’S PALATE By Willy Carleton · Photos by Stephanie Cameron
Top left, clockwise: Elizabeth and Andrew Sebastian; horno oven overlooking the garden; gate to the garden protected by the canyon walls; Ranch Wilderness Casita rental.
Mark Kiffin, who worked closely with Sebastian at the Coyote Café, recalled: “When I first met [Elizabeth], I thought, here is a woman with an incredible history.” Carbon sequestration through photosynthesis means that plants also increase soil organic matter.
edible Santa Fe | EARLY WINTER 2016
Published on Nov 30, 2016
Heirlooms come in many forms: an antique watch or a great-grandmother’s cookie recipe or a variety of tomato. In each case, its vitality and...