Happy Holidays from the team at Posa’s Zafarano!
Now’s that time of year; Thanksgiving has just passed and everyone’s preparing for Christmas, so we thought we’d bring a little treat of our own to your dining tables.
Right now and through the end of the year we’re selling three holiday specials.
- Turkey Tamales
We’ve actually had our customers tell us that the food was so good they ate until they had stomach aches. Now while we don’t recommend you do that, we think it would be a shame if you didn’t get to try these delicious seasonal delights.
Our tamales have already earned a name for themselves in Santa Fe and beyond, but our Turkey tamales take seasonal food to another level. You get the same traditional taste that comes with any of our tamales but you also get the flavors of Thanksgiving. Truly the perfect meal for anyone who loves Turkey and wishes Thanksgiving came more than once a year.
We don’t ordinarily make empanadas either but like we said, the Holidays only come once a year! And this is our way of celebrating. Our empanadas are stuffed with raisins, pinons, cinnamon, applesauce, minced meat, and more! And they’re all handmade in our very Posa’s own kitchen.
We get it, there’s only so much room on the dining table and that’s why it’s important that every holiday dish that goes on it has earned its place.
Biscochitos have been the official state cookie of New Mexico since 1989, probably because they’re so darn delicious, but also because families in the southwest have been making them for generations. If that isn’t enough to convince you that biscochitos are a no-brainer for the holidays consider that these were the first cookies to ever be given the title of “official state cookie.”
Our biscochitos are made using our unique and flavorful house recipe, and we’re proud of each and every single cookie.
So be sure to stop by and try our tasty seasonal foods before they’re all gone! You would have to wait a whole year to try them again, and we as well as many of our customers believe the Holidays just aren’t the same without traditional New Mexican food.