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Chile grown in the Hatch Valley, New Mexico.
Large and Small BGE, and a baby black Kub.
And all the toys to make me look like a Gizmo Chef.
Sitting at Chuy's buying some Hatch peppers.. Excited as a puppy with three.....
Eggcelsior said:I can't wait. Wegmans gets them in on 9/6
I can't wait. Wegmans gets them in on 9/6
Griffin's Grub or you can find me on Facebook
The Supreme Potentate, Sovereign Commander and Sultan of Wings
Never cooked one before. I'm told you need to roast them first, peel off the skin, and then use them as you wish. True?
5 bushels of Hatch Green Chile goodness tucked away today in the deep freezer for Colorado style Green Chile through out the winter. The Mrs. didn't say a word when I said I'll take five boxes. Now I need to figure out how to cool my hand after soaking in chili juice for three hours.
Hard to get here in the Midwest but it was worth the time to roast, peel, and pack up.
@Aquacop... Where are you located?
@henapple, thank ya buddy. Found a whole bunch at Wholefoods Market
The mandatory pic or it did not happen.
Sure. I'll have to figure out how to ship them without ruining them. How many pounds?
How can I ship these
What makes the Hatch Pepper specificially suited for NM? Has anyone tried to grow these peppers anywhere else? I'm in VA and we grow all kinds of diffierent varieties of peppers. Just curious.
"Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great, Here's to "Down Home," the Old North State!"
Med & XL