Guest Blogger & Photographer Cindy Lux

What a day.  Talus Wind Ranch sits just below the Comanche Gap hogback south of Galisteo with a view of the basin and Sangre de Cristo mountain range that is not to be believed!

Photo courtesy of Talus Wind Ranch

Owner, Tim Willms raises heritage sheep - Navajo-Churro, Southdowns, Miniature Southdowns, Rambouillet, and Finnsheep - on his 460 acre ranch, as well as turkeys, rabbits, ducks, geese, pheasants, and lots and lots of chickens. All Talus Wind Ranch animals are raised within the tenants of sustainable ranching principles,  striving to maintain the highest health and humane standards in raising and preparing the animals for market. 

Slow Food Santa Fe members & guests who took the tour...

The View...

The "residents"

All work and no play...

Healthy & wonderful Talus Wind Ranch dog food...


 Tim Willms & Slow Food Santa Fe Chapter Director Carol Shriver

A harmless, uninvited guest..

After this wonderful tour, the gang wended their way to the newly-opened
Real Food Nation Supper Club, owned by husband and wife team - Blythe Timken and Andrew MacLauchlan.

 Photo by C. Whitney-Ward

Photo by C. Whitney-Ward

Photo by C. Whitney-Ward

Photo by C.Whitney-Ward

Lunch was delicious  - organic greens with a lovely, light vinaigrette, braised Talus Wind Ranch lamb over couscous, and individual tangerine pies with heavenly crust.

Photo by Cindy Lux

Thank you Chef Kim Mueller and thank you Talus Wind Ranch
 for a fabulous tour and lunch!
Another incredible Slow Food Santa Fe event!

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