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Begin a Beautiful Day with Campo’s Seasonal Menus

campo breakfast plates by Elizabeth Wells

Brunch at Campo always proves delicious, and the current menu is undeniably a treat. From the return of our mouthwatering Blue Corn Pancakes, paired with seasonal fruit and a decadent chocolate ganache, to the savory Brisket & Eggs with underground corn and a house-made barbecue sauce, our inventive breakfast favorites always delight. The Local Grains & Vegetable Salad is a beautiful medley of flavors that represent our state's agricultural bounty, with stunning, fresh ingredients harvested from our own farm and local agricultural partners.

Posted: 3 Sep, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine

Farm Journal: Herbs

farmer cutting herbs

Growing Herbs at Los Poblanos

Herbs. Just the word conjures up delightful associations of fragrance and flavor. With multiple uses across the culinary, beverage and wellness spectrum, a single herb or a blend of multiple essences can really make an experience sing. As we diversify and expand the ways herbs are incorporated in the kitchen, bar and spa, our farm team is increasing the quantity and variety of herbs grown around the farm. Thoughtful conversations between chefs, mixologists and estheticians allow creativity to begin in the farm fields and manifest in the many experiences available here at Los Poblanos. Each herb's potential is being explored and expanded.

Posted: 31 Aug, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Farm Life

Our Favorite Farm Foods for Fall

green chili jam

Fall is just around the corner, and soon, farm stands will begin roasting green chile and infusing the air with its unmistakable, mouthwatering fragrance. This traditional New Mexican crop is beloved in many forms, but around here, our Green Chile Jam is at the top of our list. While we could be biased, Bon Appétit calls the addictive spread "sweet, spicy, smoky and floral - best spread on toasted sourdough." 

Posted: 21 Aug, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Recipes

Wine Spectator recognizes Campo

wine sommelier Dylan

We are delighted to share that Campo has been awarded the 2021 Wine Spectator "Best of Award of Excellence." Making its debut in 1981, the Wine Spectator  Restaurant Awards Program has been championing excellence in restaurant wine lists for decades. The "Best of Award of Excellence" recognizes wine lists that display a significant vertical depth of top producers or substantial breadth across multiple wine growing regions. Typically offering 350 or more selections, Best of Award restaurants are destinations for serious wine lovers, and show a deep commitment to wine, both in the cellar and through their service team. Campo is one of only two restaurants in our state to be awarded this honor! 

Posted: 13 Jul, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, People of LP

Spend Late Summer at Los Poblanos

fountain in courtyard of field rooms

It's hard to believe we are halfway through this year already, and it's time to get a vacation on the calendar before any more time slips away. If you've been considering a visit to the farm, don't let any more time go by before booking your escape. Late August and early September are the perfect times to sneak in a trip as the weather is still warm and it still feels like summer here in the North Valley. Read on for our favorite ways to spend a few summer days on the farm.

Posted: 9 Jul, 2021 Filed Under: Events, Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Farm Life

What’s Happening this Season on the Farm

ancient field irrigation

As summer arrives, all the previous season's preparations culminate in a flurry of activity across the property. From preparing the fields and turning in cover crops to laying out rows in the fields for planting and laying drip tape for effective watering, our dedicated farmers have been preparing for the arrival of our favorite season. There's no doubt our beloved lavender fields get most of the attention as the plants begin to flower, but the farm is busy tending to even more than lavender. We're excited to share what else is going on during this special time of year.

Posted: 22 May, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, History & Preservation, Farm Life

Introducing Campo’s New Spring Menus

new dishes for campo

Campo, meaning field in Spanish, reflects our dedication to organic farming, both in our own fields and within our local food shed. As our talented culinary team imagines new menus and sources ingredients, the underlying mission is to stay close to home. At home, this means our culinary and farm teams work together each season and create plans for growing heirloom, organic produce. This partnership supports our regenerative agricultural model and brings freshly harvested ingredients to your plate.

Posted: 29 Apr, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine

Product Highlight: Campo Cocktail Set

campo cocktail set

Create Los Poblanos cocktails at home when you can't be at the farm

Our love for lavender began with our artisanal spa collection, but it certainly didn’t end there. Campo’s culinary team found it to be extraordinary in everything from baked goods to chicken dishes, but it got even more exciting when we introduced it into our cocktail program.

Posted: 27 Apr, 2021 Filed Under: All Things Lavender, Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Recipes

Announcing Tea Season at La Quinta

tea set

As the historic Los Poblanos gardens burst into bloom, we are thrilled to announce tea season at La Quinta this May. The season will begin with Mother's Day Tea, followed by Afternoon Tea served each Wednesday and Sunday afternoon from May 12 through October 10. As our previous guests can attest, there's something transportive about spending an afternoon at La Quinta, and we can't wait to welcome you back for tea.

Posted: 29 Mar, 2021 Filed Under: Events, Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, People of LP

Farm Journal: Spring Fever

plants sprouting

Spring Fever

As cold days recede, spring fever is in full swing on the farm. Every year, our farm team collaborates closely with our culinary, mixology and product teams, exchanging ideas and identifying goals for the upcoming months ahead. These thoughtful conversations help determine plans for the field layout and crop rotation, giving the farm team a clear plan for the new season. Currently, trays of seedlings line the tables in the greenhouse as artichokes, kale, onions and peppers begin to sprout and grow, waiting their turn to be nestled into the fields. Carrot, beet and turnip seeds will soon be planted directly into the cool soil. Small harvests of herbs and greens begin to come from the hoop house, too.

Posted: 25 Mar, 2021 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Farm Life