Hatch Chile Peppers are roasting away in New Mexico
Hatch chiles are plentiful in New Mexico. On the road for a four day vacation, Marilyn Law read about the chile peppers in The Oklahoman.
Dave Cathey, Food Editor, wrote about Labor Day Hatch Chile Festival weekend in Hatch, N.M.
He told about the ultra-spicy, Anaheim-style chiles which have a good flavor and an after burn. They are only available at certain times of the year.
Marilyn saw a hatch chile truck on the side of a street in Taos, New Mexico. We stopped and she bought a bushel. We tried them. They were not hot. Marilyn, Linda James, Pam Smith and I decided they were fakes…kind of like those purses you used to be able to get on the streets of New York City.
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