Sandwiched between Zuni and Navajo reservations in western New Mexico, Candy Kitchen Ranch purportedly got its name when a local moonshine distiller needed a front to hide his illicit operations during Prohibition. To secure the sugar necessary to concoct barrels of hooch, the moonshiner established a confectionery that produced pinion nut candy on the side. Candy Kitchen isn’t the only sweet-toothed locale in this neck of rural New Mexico, either: 85 miles down the dusty trail sits a place called Pie Town!
There is also the Candy Kitchen Trading Post, which is in the center of the community, directly across from the "Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary". A new addition to the community (opened in the late spring of 2011), the trading post offers mostly everything needed to survive in the "kitchen"...from a deli, to hardware, to a laundromat, it gives its citizens the ability to stay as long as possible in the area without having to travel 120 miles round trip to a store for basic supplies.
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