A de­lec­ta­ble taste of New Mex­ico his­tory

Los Angeles Times - - FOOD & DINING - By Noelle Carter

Posole fan? Denise Jones from La Cres­centa raved about the dish served at his­toric La Posta de Me­silla in Me­silla, N.M. “The build­ing was a ho­tel and stop on the But­ter­field stage­coach line in the late 1800s. Ev­ery­thing on the menu is de­li­cious, but we par­tic­u­larly love their posole. As Mex­i­can food afi­ciona­dos, it’s the best we’ve ever had.” La Posta de Me­silla cel­e­brated its 75th an­niver­sary just last year. The restau­rant was happy to share the recipe and wrote that it was orig­i­nally pre­pared by the founder’s mother. Now you can have a lit­tle taste of New Mex­ico, and his­tory, at home.

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