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  • Ethiopian Dinner

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    A Taste of Ethiopia

    December 11 | 6:00pm | $75


    Guest chefs, Rahel Fikre-Selassie and Adrian Perez join Chef Carrie to create an authentic Ethiopian experience paired with wine and concluding with a traditional coffee ceremony. 


    Menu Draft

    (wines will be added soon!)

    First Bites

    Gored Gored 

    Beef tartare with nitre kibbeh (spiced butter), cardamom, salt and mitmita (chile powder) and house-made cottage cheese. Served with Injera, Ethiopian flatbread.

    Cod Sambusa

    Baked cod with jalapeno, onion, tomato, spices and béchamel in a crunchy tef and wheat pastry.


    Misir Wot

    Red lentils simmered in berbere sauce and vegetable broth served with Timatim Fitfit: Ethiopian bread salad, served cold with tomatoes, red onion, garlic, jalapeno tossed in a zesty vinaigrette. Served with Injera.


    Yebeg Alicha

    A mildly spicy dish of braised lamb slow cooked in turmeric, garlic and ginger. served with Gomen: wilted dinosaur kale sautéed with onions, fresh tomatoes, jalapeno, garlic and ginger in olive oil. Served with Injera.


    Doro Wott

    A traditional festive dish slow cooked chicken in spicy berbere sauce with ginger, garlic, cardamom and hard boiled eggs. Served with Atakilt Alicha: cabaage and carrots in vegetable broth and tumeric, garlic and ginger. Served with Injera.


    Plum Cake & Cardamom Gelato

    Coffee Ceremony

    Ethiopia's coffee ceremony is an integral part of their social and cultural life. An invitation to attend a coffee ceremony is considered a mark of friendship or respect and is an excellent example of Ethiopian hospitality. Performing the ceremony is almost obligatory in the presence of a visitor, whatever the time of day.

     For reservations, please email us at reserve(AT) or call 505-503-7124


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Friday, 11 October 2013 15:00

Alibi: Best of Burque WINNER - Oct 2013

alibi - Best of Burque Resturants WINNER! 

Best Commitment to Local Ingredients

There’s no argument that for local ingredients, Farm & Table is the best pick in town. How much closer can you get to your ingredients than by growing them in your own 3-acre farm next door to the restaurant? And the freshness translates through the creative kitchen to the table where the meals arrive beautifully plated, and with the flavor of each morsel true to its origins

Farm & Table was also chosen as the runner-up in the "Best Restaurant in the North Valley" category. 

Thank you to all of our wonderful guests who voted for us! Our gratitude runs deep. 

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Read the full article here: alibi - October 2013 - Best of the Rest


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Monday, 30 September 2013 11:24

October 8 - Flora & Fauna

Tuesday, October 8 - Special Dinner
Farm & Table Moveable Feast: Flora & Fauna

Join us for a 10-course culinary juxtaposition that will delight carnivores and vegetarians alike! The incredible team at Farm & Table will – as always – feature the best of our local bounty, this time in two distinct menus: one all vegetable-based and one animal-based. The dinner will be paired with wine. Please indicate whether you’d like the Flora (vegetarian) or the Fauna (meat-based) option.

7:00pm - Mingle
7:30pm - Dinner
$85 / person 

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This is an all-inclusive fixed-price dinner with limited seating.
To make a reservation please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 505-503-7124.
Cancelations must be made 24 hours in advance in order to receive a full refund.

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Friday, 09 March 2012 07:43

I love it when... (week two)

I love it when our deliveries are made by farmers in muddy boots. When Patrick – the proprietor of Hip Chik Farms down the street – opens his recycled box of BEAUTIFUL, muted-toned eggs with pride to show me how he arranged them by color! I love it when we buy out the last 15 pounds of spinach and arugula from the farm in the south valley…and when our wonderful cheese arrives from Estancia. I love it when Joe Sausage drives up with his sausage wagon and brings in freshly-made sausage and ravioli.

I love it when my mom comes by and helps me plant pansies in the patio…and wash the windows. And when my sister tells me that I’ve misspelled “radishes” on my blackboard! I love it when my kids come into the restaurant after school…and chef Kai makes them a special little meal.

I love it when I see Ric out on the farm…working hard, and it makes me smile when I see those 1200 little seedlings happily peeking out of the ground. Yesterday on the farm was especially gratifying. We harvested miniature bok choy and broccoli raab to test it in the kitchen. Chef Kai delicately sautéed…and served with egg drop and tiny pieces of farm-fresh bacon crumbles. He makes everything with care and precision. I love that, too!

I love it when the flowers are in place, the music is on, and kitchen team brings out the special of the day for servers to taste. Gathering around a beautiful creation, with fork in hand… gasps of delight when we taste! It’s delicious!

I love it when our wonderful guests begin to arrive. It feels like everyone is a neighbor, a family member, a friend, a friend-of-a-friend. If they aren’t…they soon become one. I love it when people let me tell the little stories that are attached to the food, the farm, the building, the land, the events…. It’s amazing how many people really do care about those details. And believe me, if they’ll listen, I’ll share. It’s the reason this restaurant is what it is… it’s about sharing something good with our community.

So, the beginning has been good. So good. Blessings are evident… and I am thoroughly grateful.

As start the morning I anticipate how much there is to learn everyday… new challenges along with little successes. I will keep up the hard work, keep up the creativity, keep sharing goodness, and keep thanking everyone involved. Happy week two at Farm & Table!

- with gratitude, Cherie

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