The 2nd Annual Panza Llena, Corazón Contento: New Mexico Food and Beer Festival

“Panza Llena, Corazón Contento” —A Spanish Dicho

Explore the food and beer history of New Mexico at El Rancho de las Golondrinas. Step back in time, as you taste your way through the history of the Land of Enchantment. Experience historic methods of food preparation, learn from food & beer historians, attend demonstrations, sample delicious locally made creations, shop from vendors & artisans AND grab a beer from local New Mexican breweries! It’s all here at New Mexico’s premier living history museum El Rancho de las Golondrinas.

Saturday, August 4 & Sunday, August 5, 2018

Time: 12pm to 6pm
Adult Admission: $8
Seniors (62+), teens (13–18): $6
12 and under: FREE!

Participating Breweries & Cideries:


 

 

2018 Panza Llena Food Vendors:

Tres Colores

GetAway Grill

CCR corn roasters

YouthWorks – Mi Santa Catering

Oasis Fruit Drinks

 Tent Schedule for Saturday, August 4

 

12:15pm – 1:15pm

The Tamale: 10,000 Years of Agriculture, One Delicious Parcel
by Chef Rocky Durham of the Blue Heron at Sunrise Springs

 

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Felix y Los Gatos

 

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Here and There, Now and Then: Beer in New Mexico by Jon C. Stott, aka “The Roving Cervezaphile”
Drawing on his research and travel for his book New Mexico Beer and his many years of enjoying the wonderful beers from the Land of Enchantment, Jon Stott will talk about the beer culture in New Mexico before Prohibition and the incredible growth of craft brewing in the state since 1989

 

2:45pm – 3:45pm

El chocolate y su producción y consumo como bebida en la Colonia de Nuevo México – 1600 a 1830
Chocolate and its production and consumption as a drink in Colonial New Mexico – 1600 to 1830
by Chocolate Historian, Mark Sciscenti

 

4:00pm – 5:00pm

The Stephanie Hatfield Band

 

 5:15pm – 6:00pm

Chile Nativo: De Buena Casa, Buena Mesa, De Buena Tierra, Buena Cosecha
Native Chile: From a Good Home, Good Food, From Good Land, a Good Harvest
by  Isaura Andaluz of Four Puertas

 Tent Schedule for Sunday, August 5

 

12:15pm – 1:15pm

The History & Importance of maize to New Mexico by Miguel Santistevan

 

1:30pm – 2:30pm

The Gershom Brothers

 

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Here and There, Now and Then: Beer in New Mexico by Jon C. Stott, aka “The Roving Cervezaphile”
Drawing on his research and travel for his book New Mexico Beer and his many years of enjoying the wonderful beers from the Land of Enchantment, Jon Stott will talk about the beer culture in New Mexico before Prohibition and the incredible growth of craft brewing in the state since 1989

 

2:45pm – 3:45pm

El chocolate y su producción y consumo como bebida en la Colonia de Nuevo México – 1600 a 1830
Chocolate and its production and consumption as a drink in Colonial New Mexico – 1600 to 1830
by  Chocolate Historian, Mark Sciscenti

 

4:00pm – 5:00pm

Half Broke Horses

 

5:15pm – 6:00pm

Chile Nativo: De Buena Casa, Buena Mesa, De Buena Tierra, Buena Cosecha
Native Chile: From a Good Home, Good Food, From Good Land, a Good Harvest
by  Isaura Andaluz of Four Puertas

2018 Panza Llena Vendors

Coonridge Organic Goat Cheese (New Mexico True Certified)

Art of Chocolate

Button Box Aprons (New Mexico True Certified)

Hil’s Jewelry

Naughty Plank

Essentials by Monique

Dryland Wilds

Bev’s Biscochitos (New Mexico True Certified)

Eddie’s Savory Food Products

New Mexico Gold- NM Gold

CLC Pecans

The Bossy Gourmet (New Mexico True Certified)

Old Barrel Tea and Spice

Mountain Man Gourmet

New Mexico Sabor