Currently, there are 10 Farmers/Growers markets in the Albuquerque area. To find one near you visit the New Mexico Farmers Market Marketing Association website.
The New Mexico Farmers Market Marketing Association is devoted to supporting farming and locally produced foods in every New Mexico community.
Isleta Blvd & Arenal Rd Saturdays 8am – 12 pm June – October
Robinson Park 8th & Central Saturdays 7am – 12pm late May – early November and 10am-2pm starting in December
Morningside Park, Lead & Thursdays 3-630 pm April – early November
ABQ Uptown Saturdays 7am -12pm and Presbyterian Hospital Tuesdays 7am – 1 PM June – October
The Albuquerque food truck scene has quickly grown in the past couple of years. These food trucks have upped the ante from the traditional food truck fare of hotdogs, fast food and snack foods to fresh, local foods covering a wide variety offerings.
Visit ABQ Food Trucks Facebook page to find out about location and specials for the ABQ Food Truck co-op.
Visit the Duke City Food Trucks Facebook page to find out about locations for the Duke City Food Truck community.
These are the resources M and I used for our 30 day Paleo reset experiment. Many of the paleo books can be found at your local library or purchased as a Kindle version (you don’t need a Kindle, just the Kindle app for Mac or PC).
It Starts with Food by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig
Make it Paleo by Bill Staley and Hayley Mason
Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan
Eatwild promotes the benefits—to consumers, farmers, animals, and the planet—of choosing meat, eggs, and dairy products from 100% grass-fed animals or other non-ruminant animals fed their natural diets.
LocalHarvest is an organic and local food website that maintains a definitive and reliable “living” public nationwide directory of small farms, farmers markets, and other local food sources.
Recipes and more from the Paleo food blog named the Best Special Diets Food Blog of 2012 by Saveur Magazine!