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practices and products.... also we vacation after the 1st of the year and
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chile orders are usually shipped from late August until mid October.
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wonder why New Mexico, the "Land of Enchantment" and Hatch, NM
in particular, are so widely known for our chile crop?
New Mexico is a mosaic where various cultural ingredients intermingle
and complement each other, while each retains its basic identity. The
mosaic has been collecting pieces since Coronado's expedition.
Perhaps the most essential ingredient for any New Mexico recipe is the
famous chile, or chili pepper that grows in 2,000 different varieties.
And each and every one of them is spectacular in taste!
on the variety, growth and harvest conditions,
"hotness" can vary. Your cook/waiter will know which is
hotter. If you're the adventurous sort, ask for
"Christmas"--a sample of red and green chile/chili
New Mexico is the leading state in pungent chile/chili production with more than 21,000 acres under cultivation in
1998. The Capsicum species, encompassing a wide range of colors, sizes, shapes and spiciness, are roasted, stewed, fried, cooked or simply
added fresh off the plant. Chile, or chili generally comes in either
a red or green sauce.