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  • Re: Tis The Season To Roast Chile Peppers

    @llrickman In regards to peeling after frozen and losing flavor I'd have to disagree. As to when to peel it's a personal preference I guess. Some of our family prefer to freeze peel on and others peel prior to freezing. My wife's family in NM peeled first so.... No right or wrong way is all I'm saying. It would save a heap of time on the front end I guess leaving the peel on. And "CO Chile are just bad"? Most of the Green Chile that our family get that live in CO come from NM to begin with because NM is so close.  Although I've personally had chile harvested from Pueblo and it was as good if not better.  We have family in both NM & CO so their is no pissing contest. Or is there :grin:
    Lol ive eaten both and just don't like the flavor of the Colorado chile it just doesn't seen to have that flavor pop that chile from Hatch does But..... any green chile is better than no green chile!!! :)

    Oh and like your signature also well part of it  Die hard Broncos fan here also :)  but Huskers um nooooo   Go Red Raiders :)
  • Re: Hatch Chiles Roasted on BGE

    SciAggie said:
    They were giving out samples of green chili apple pie at United yesterday. I guess you can put them in anything. 
    Thats an understatement  lol  NM State moto is Red or Green referring to what chile you want on your meal
    Burgers are awesome, love them on my eggs , baked into bread , smothering a steak

    if you want any idea  just shoot me a message

    Man i miss Market Street in Lubbock all we have here is smiths and albertsons and of course walmart and they all suck
  • Re: Hatch Chiles Roasted on BGE

    Everytime i see post about Hatch Green Chile it makes me glad i live in Albuquerque :)   and it smells so good around town till the end of October :)
  • Re: Way Hot Egg

    Jim wouldn't you only get mold if your NOT cooking on the egg in the winter?  :)

    and isnt that a mortal sin not to be cooking on it in the winter lol
  • Re: Hatch Chilies in South Florida!

    Chop some up put on a cheeseburger , egg and bacon breakfast burritos, make some green chile stew with ground beef , onion , potatoes and garlic.  

    Green chile goes with about anything :) 

    by by far my favorite time of year here in Albuquerque the whole town smells fantastic. Mid sept and all of oct 
    are the best 

    I found some more ideas
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