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  1. This is a nice list of New Mexican tasty food and I agree with Ramona Curtis 100%, It’s the middle of the night and since I am here in Abq. ( I lived for 30 years)I’m probably just going to wait until tomorrow to indulge. I wouldn’t want to try living without New Mexican food it’s tied for Italian food as far as comfort food but always comes in first for my taste cravings. I did grow up on the East Coast so that is one of the reasons why, but that being said I add Green Chile to a lot of my favorite Italian food recipes so I won’t have to choose between the two.

    1. Hi Chelle! Thank you so much. I spent part of my childhood on the East Coast too so I definitely understand being drawn to New Mexican food (it was so delightfully different from anything I was used to). Your comment is making me hungry for New Mexican food all over again. Happy indulgences! xx – Anshula

      P.S. I’m definitely going to try adding green chile to some of my favorite recipes now. That sounds amazing. ?

  2. Excellent article although I would argue that Hatch has great chile but the best? — I don’t know. Lemitar and Wagner Farms are as good or better. Not throwing shade on Hatch but surrounding areas have their flavors!

  3. Rattling nice style and design and excellent content material, practically nothing else we require : D.

    1. Hey Janie, the pasta, tomato, and chicken dish was from Blue Moon Diner, which, I just checked, is permanently closed. Just updated the article to reflect that. I apologize for the confusion. Adding the rest of this article to my content calendar to update.

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