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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

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

Introducing our 1934 Spice Blend

jar of Los Poblanos 1934 spice blend

Warm up with our new 1934 Spice

Gathering together and sharing a meal is one of our favorite things do to on the farm. Our Rio Grande Valley Cuisine is a beautiful expression of our community, deeply rooted in our own farming efforts and those of other dedicated local farmers and herdsmen. An extension of the Campo kitchen, the Farm Foods collection of salts, herbs, condiments and pantry staples highlights those local ingredients, flavors and stories, and allows home cooks to incorporate award-winning flavors into meals prepared at home.

Posted: 22 Sep, 2020 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Recipes

New offerings at Campo

campo breakfast plates

Start the day at Campo

What better way to start the day than with an organic, creative meal at Campo. Our team of talented chefs have infused a new menu with fresh, local ingredients and rich New Mexican influences. 

Posted: 13 Feb, 2020 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Recipes

Blackberry Buckle

Los Poblanos Blackberry Buckle

All across the farm, we have little blackberry brambles tucked here and there between the heirloom roses, fruit trees, figs, and wisteria vines. For most of the year they go relatively unnoticed compared to their flashier, more prominent counterparts, but come July and August when the berries start shifting from vibrant crimson to lovely deep, dark blue-violet, the blackberries become the star of the show. Often, in the early mornings, our pastry team can be found in the gardens harvesting the ripest berries for use in the kitchens. They stand out, attired in their crisp chef whites.

Posted: 30 Jul, 2016 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Recipes

Chilled Cucumber Soup

Los Poblanos Chilled Cucumber Soup

When asked about the inspiration behind this recipe, Chef had only one word: “summer!” – So there you have it, this dish is summer!

Two of the main tenants of Rio Grande Valley Cuisine are freshness and seasonality. Well, nothing is fresher or more seasonal than cucumbers in the summer time. Today we’re sharing our recipe for chilled cucumber soup using some sun-loving organic cucumbers from our own gardens. Bright and refreshing with a subtle complexity (thanks to some amazingly fresh herbs), this delectable soup offers a perfect respite from that hot summer sun. This is a two-day recipe (though it does most of the work itself overnight), but trust us it is worth the wait! The beauty of a recipe like this is that you can easily make it on a weekend and then leave it in the refrigerator so it’s ready whenever you need a quick lunch, snack, or even second breakfast.

Posted: 17 May, 2016 Filed Under: Rio Grande Valley Cuisine, Recipes