More about Pittsburgh, Carne Adovada and Chimayo chiles
A lot of folks ask where I get chimayo chiles. Well, I get mine from Pendery’s in Dallas. They’ve got a great shop in Ft. Worth. If you never been and love the chile, you’ll spend a good half a day there. They claim to be the inventor of chile powder, or blend, as they call it.
Chimayo comes from a little town just outside of Santa Fe that grows this specific chile and also happens to have this fantastic restaurant, Rancho de Chimayo, that seems to have come right out of one of my favorite TV shows, Northern Exposure.
If you want to know more about Pittsburgh-style sandwiches and their chief purveyor, check out the Web site for Primanti Brothers Deli
And for the record, I double the spice amounts for my personal stock. They make a pretty mean carne adovada themselves.
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