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Terra American Bistro

Chef
Terra American Bistro

Owner and Chef
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Reviews

www.terrabistro.com [cached]

Chef Peter Lukes

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Owner/Chef Peter Lukes offers his 'inspired cuisine' in a locale that, he feels, serves as a pleasant get away for city- dwellers.A mixture of Californian/Continental cuisine creates the New American style that Peter proudly feels is done best at Terra.
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Chef Sampler: Lukes has flare for European-style cooking
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Pete Lukes, chef and co-owner of Terra American Bistro, 1119 Alameda Blvd. N.W. 792-1700.
Tribune: What's your background?
Lukes: I was born in 1959 in Staten Island, New York City.
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Lukes: I remember when I was growing up (mostly in Albuquerque) that I spent a lot of time cooking with my mom, spent a lot of time in the kitchen learning how to use knives.
I kind of liked making the Italian stuff.
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Lukes: I'm a French-trained chef.I lean toward the European style of cooking, no doubt about it.And working in California as long as I did - I was executive chef at the City Club of San Francisco - I can't help but be influenced by the Pacific Rim.
Tribune: What is your favorite meal to cook?
Lukes: When I'm at home, I really like to grill steak.Grill it outside with some marinated vegetables.I kind of like to eat simple at home.
Tribune: What is your favorite meal to eat?
Lukes: I really dig well-made southern Italian dishes, the red sauces.I'm in love with the tomato.I love a good pasta Bolognese.
Tribune: What food are you embarrassed to admit you like eating?
Lukes: I go get a McDonald's hamburger every now and then.No fries.Just three hamburgers, the small ones, the 75-cent jobs.
Tribune: Is there something you won't eat?
Lukes: Raw garlic.
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Lukes: Shrimp.There's no flavor in it.
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Lukes: Some things we use a lot more than you would expect are capers and pickles because food needs just the right amount of acid to complete the palate effect.We use capers and pickles in a variety of fashions.
Tribune: At what restaurants, besides Terra, do you enjoy dining?
Lukes: Taj Mahal.I'm pretty fond of Indian food.And we go down to Seasons.They take good care of us there, and the dining room is beautiful.
Tribune: If you could have only one cookbook, what would it be?
Lukes: "The Joy of Cooking."
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Lukes: Chefs burn out because they don't take the time to regenerate themselves, to reinvent themselves.
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Here are some of Pete Lukes' favorite recipes:


The Albuquerque Tribune: Food

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Chef Sampler: Lukes has flare for European-style cooking

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Pete Lukes, chef and co-owner of Terra American Bistro, 1119 Alameda Blvd. N.W. 792-1700.
Tribune: What's your background?
Lukes: I was born in 1959 in Staten Island, New York City.
...
Lukes: I remember when I was growing up (mostly in Albuquerque) that I spent a lot of time cooking with my mom, spent a lot of time in the kitchen learning how to use knives.
I kind of liked making the Italian stuff.
...
Lukes: I'm a French-trained chef.I lean toward the European style of cooking, no doubt about it.And working in California as long as I did - I was executive chef at the City Club of San Francisco - I can't help but be influenced by the Pacific Rim.
Tribune: What is your favorite meal to cook?
Lukes: When I'm at home, I really like to grill steak.Grill it outside with some marinated vegetables.I kind of like to eat simple at home.
Tribune: What is your favorite meal to eat?
Lukes: I really dig well-made southern Italian dishes, the red sauces.I'm in love with the tomato.I love a good pasta Bolognese.
Tribune: What food are you embarrassed to admit you like eating?
Lukes: I go get a McDonald's hamburger every now and then.No fries.Just three hamburgers, the small ones, the 75-cent jobs.
Tribune: Is there something you won't eat?
Lukes: Raw garlic.
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Lukes: Shrimp.There's no flavor in it.
...
Lukes: Some things we use a lot more than you would expect are capers and pickles because food needs just the right amount of acid to complete the palate effect.We use capers and pickles in a variety of fashions.
Tribune: At what restaurants, besides Terra, do you enjoy dining?
Lukes: Taj Mahal.I'm pretty fond of Indian food.And we go down to Seasons.They take good care of us there, and the dining room is beautiful.
Tribune: If you could have only one cookbook, what would it be?
Lukes: "The Joy of Cooking."
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Lukes: Chefs burn out because they don't take the time to regenerate themselves, to reinvent themselves.


Maggie Lukes, who owns the Albuquerque ...

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Maggie Lukes, who owns the Albuquerque restaurant with husband and chef Pete Lukes, says the new name will take effect by mid-June.

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"It was the closest thing we could come up with where we were able to maintain our logo," Lukes says.


Owner/chef Peter Lukes ...

albuquerqueairport.place.hyatt.com [cached]

Owner/chef Peter Lukes combines thoughtful flavors with imaginative presentation.


News

www.musicguildofnewmexico.org [cached]

Educational programs included Peter and the Wolf, Young Artists' Competition in Piano, and Popejoy Concerts for 4 th and 5th graders.

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Those present enjoyed the delicious cuisine of Chef/Owner Pete Lukes, complete with generous portions. (I heard one report that the chicken was dry and over-cooked, but all other reviews were glowing.) It was a beautiful and sunny day-perfect for a trip to the North Valley for those of us who do not live there.

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