Red & Green
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Sometimes when Arnold McMillan went to Hatch to buy and roast his green chile, some 35 years back, there would be red chile pods caught up in the green ones and he would just roast those too. Then he found the flavor improved. more
Due to the many stores closed due to the Coronavirus, Desert Exposure’s distribution locations have been reduced, but quantities have been increased at those that remain open. Below, … more
“HomeGrown: A New Mexico Food Show & Gift Market” returns for the sixth year at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum with more demonstrations, more samples, food trucks and many new vendors. more
Located in the historic ghost town of Chloride, New Mexico, the building that houses the Chloride Bank Café was built to be a bank in 1884. Although the bank had its checks and deposit slips printed, it failed to open as the old mining towns tended to be cash poor; the wealth was in the ore they mined. more
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