Cook dives into Route 66 diner cuisine and culture.
This one is a slice of life from around our state. It’s a slice of pie and a belly warmer. It’s waffles at midnight, afternoon huevos rancheros, and all-day conversation amid clanks and clatters from the kitchen. It’s an open stool beckoning you to come in from the cold. It’s an homage to diners.
Clarke Conde offers what amounts to an informal index reading of Albuquerque. The results are, given our current moment in the pandemic, not surprising: the body is fatigued but the pulse remains strong. The jukebox is on, the waffles are good, the community presses on.
Jason Conde reports from Rene’s 50s Diner in Mora.
From a counter seat at The Pantry, Susanna Space looks to diner-dom’s origins.