Monday, January 2, 2012

New Year's Eve


New Year's Eve at the Plaza was filled with colorful scenes.  We ate next door to the Inn of the Anasazi (pictured above) at Tia Cocina on the second floor of the Hotel Chimayo, which was previously photographed here by Randy. The food was delicious; I had broiled trout covered by cornmeal.  Jim had a combination Chimayo plate with the classic Southwestern blue corn tortillas, covered with green chili.


These are the first photos I have posted, using my new camera.  Boy, do I have a lot to learn.  Rob, get ready for some tutoring!!

11 comments:

  1. Interesting menu, good luck with your new camera!

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  2. It's always a bit scary with a new camera hey Kate, these days there are so many buttons to press, thank heavens for manuals (although some of them are so complicated they're no help at all!)Sounds like a very yummy NYE dinner, like the soun of Jim's green chili!!

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  3. I dunno, but I think your photos are wonderful. And I'm just a wee envious of your victuals at Tia Cocina! ;-) Looks like great fun and great food.

    You're going to love that new camera!

    Wishing for you the best of everything in 2012!

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  4. Looks like a fine place to pass the year.

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  5. Ho-boy, broiled trout sounds fantastic! Have you run into Randy, yet? Fun to play with the new toy, isn't it? Enjoy the new year!

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  6. Sounds (and looks) like you had a wonderful New Year's Eve dinner.

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  7. Nice shots Kate! So glad that you enjoyed it. You have to try the Burrito Company next door for lunch.

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  8. Good luck with the camera!! Mine's 9 months old and came with its (100+ page) manual on a CD. I started printing parts of it out after oh, about 7 months. I keep threatening to take on one new function at a time but I'm still fighting the intimidation of so darned many options! And yet it's so wonderful to know I have them.

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  9. The food sounds delicious! Are you trying to make me feel hungry? Well, it worked. :)

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  10. It is supper time and you've gotten me hungry..lol! Lovely low light shot!

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  11. Happy New Year Kate - have fun with your new camera!!

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