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Green Chile: New Mexico’s Favorite Food by amberale1 | #TagNewMexico

Green chiles are ripe and ready to pick!

. .     Photo: John Hammond

Petroglyph National Monument: Albuquerque, New Mexico

. . Photo: John Hammond

Colorful chile ristras hang out to dry in the autumn sun of New Mexico photo by Charles Mann

Sun dried chilis- main ingredient when cooking Mexican - Colorful chile ristras hang out to dry in the autumn sun of New Mexico photo by Charles Mann

Yucca    New Mexico designated the blossom of the desert yucca plant (pronounced “yuh-ka”) as the state flower in 1927.

New Mexico designated the blossom of the desert yucca plant (pronounced “yuh-ka”) as the state flower in The yucca flower was selected by the schoolchildren of New Mexico and was recommended by the New Mexico Federation of Women's Clubs.

Green Chile Pendant by Will Barnes / Strange Grain  / StrangeGrain.com / StrangeGrainMfg on Etsy

Green Chile Pendant by Will Barnes / Strange Grain / StrangeGrain.com / StrangeGrainMfg on Etsy

Chile!

Seeing red over Denver's green chile wager Our neighbors to the north have tried to muscle in on New Mexico's claim to green chile fame for Super Bowl bet. And that is no bueno. NO CONTEST NM GREEN CHILE IS BEST.

New Mexico - a wonderful sight

Just another day in Albuquerque.or anywhere in New Mexico in the fall // Chile ristras!

10 Fun Things to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Visit Santa Fe, The City Different, Charming 2 bedroom adobe in town - walking distance to the plaza.  #VacationRental in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Available October, November, December 2016. Great winter rates https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2562597

10 fun things to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Hot Stuff: A road trip across New Mexico unearths the state's finest chile peppers. Green chile is added to hamburgers among other foods. Delightful! Try it, New Mexicans add chile to foods as a condiment, the hotter the better.

Hot Stuff: New Mexico's Chile Pepper Culture

Hot Stuff: A road trip across New Mexico unearths the state's finest chile peppers. Green chile is added to hamburgers among other foods. Try it, New Mexicans add chile to foods as a condiment, the hotter the better.

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