Friday, September 25, 2020

FLAVORS OF NEW MEXICO

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It is difficult (or impossible) to get well-loved specialty food items from New Mexico once you leave the state. Blue corn meal, green and red chile snacks, masa, sopapilla mix, and chicos aren't common fare in other parts of the country. However, there are local businesses who make outstanding products and happily ship nationwide.

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Madrid

Not A Ghost Town Anymore Located midway on the Turquoise Trail, the village of Madrid is often referred to as a ghost town, though the...

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The Río Grande is the 5th longest river in North America and the 20th longest in the world. Before humans subdued it with dams...

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Mescalero Apache The Mescalero's call themselves Shis-Inday, “People of the Mountain Forests," or Mashgalénde / Mashgalé-neí / Mashgalé-õde, “People close to the mountains." Spanish settlers...

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Dawson, New Mexico

Ghost towns litter the back roads in New Mexico. Miners settled most of these abandoned communities, extracting a variety of precious minerals and ores...
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El Rancho Hotel in Gallup on Route 66 was built for R.E. “Griff” Griffith, brother of legendary movie director D.W. Griffith. In addition to...
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In New Mexico is known for chile and most residents have an affinity for piquant peppers. The state question is "red or green." In...
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