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Scoville Units

Growing up in the northeast in Medieval times we had no access to tacos, salsa or chilis. As I researched food and expanded horizons I learned about Scoville Units. 276 more words


A Tale of Two Stews: Boeuf Bourguignon and Colorado Green Chile Beef Stew with Butternut Squash (More Time, French Style and Colorado Local)

You may not share my approach to living.  I’m most happy and feel terribly rich when there’s a big pot of something luscious bubbling on the stove–especially on a snowy day. 2,392 more words


Cilantro/Lime/Corn Sauce Over Jackfruit Stuffed Hatch Chiles

I roasted and froze most of the Hatch green chiles we purchased recently but saved out a few for stuffing.  The ones roasted over charcoal are too well cooked to hold up for stuffing but chiles charred with a torch flame readily shed their skins but remain fairly firm. 453 more words


Roasted Hatch Chile Verde

I adore roasted Hatch chiles.  These lovelies hail from the Hatch Valley in New Mexico.  The Hatch is a longish, sturdy chile pepper that has some heat. 441 more words

To Eat

Hatch Chile Sandwich

I have been neglectful posting on the blog of late. It hasn’t been for lack of worthy subject matter, but rather, due to laziness and distraction with other interests. 284 more words


What a surprise to find authentic Hatch chiles in busy Los Angeles. My daughter, Carol, told me that a local grocery store brings in a big shipment every summer. 976 more words


Chile Mash!

Happiness is the August arrival of chiles from The Hatch Chile Store in New Mexico. Usually I order “Big Jim” Hatch Chiles for fire roasting on the charcoal grill. 200 more words