Geronimo by Cliff Skoglund
Fine Dining in Santa Fe

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Featuring huge overhead beams, creamy stucco details, and a fireplace sporting oversized moose antlers, the 250-year-old hacienda that houses Geronimo restaurant is a welcome addition to Santa Fe's trendy Canyon Road. Restaurant owners Cliff Skoglund and Chris Harvey along with chef Eric DiStefano have created a refined retreat in this once rough-and-tumble town, serving exquisite contemporary cuisine that rivals the best in the country. GERONIMO brings Chef DiStefano's innate understanding of ingredients and uncanny instinct about flavors to the home table. You'll find such elegant dishes as Brie and Almond Soup, Napoleon of King Salmon with Chile-Butter Sauce and Braised Ruby Chard, and White Peach Shortcake with Champagne Ice Cream. At Geronimo, food is art, customers are guests, and everyone is welcome. A collection of 125 recipes and more than 50 full-color food and location photographs from Santa Fe's landmark restaurant, Geronimo. Geronimo restaurant is named for Señor Geronimo Lopez, the former owner of the hacienda in which Geronimo is housed. Geronimo was named the most popular restaurant in New Mexico by Zagat and received four stars from Mobil Travel Guides in 2000, 2001, and 2002.

About Cliff Skoglund

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ERIC DISTEFANO worked in the kitchens of Hotel Hershey, Breaker'¬?s Hotel, and Hacienda del Cerezo before joining Geronimo as head chef. Skoglund and DiStefano both reside in Santa Fe, New Mexico.In 1990, CLIFF SKOGLUND achieved his lifelong dream of owning and operating a restaurant in a historic building with the opening of Geronimo.
Published August 1, 2004 by Ten Speed Press. 256 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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As counterbalance, the authors interject interesting, even soothing, passages on the life of the restaurant and the restaurateur way of life.

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