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Chicos are made by steaming whole ears of corn in the husk and then drying them. 

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Chicos are made by steaming whole ears of corn in the husk and then drying them. The word “chicos” is known in New Mexico, though corn is dried in this manner throughout the southwest. It is a labor-intensive, time-consuming process.

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Celina’s Biscochitos has been growing in popularity since 2010, becoming New Mexico’s premiere provider of traditional, handmade, homemade biscochitos, New Mexico’s state cookie. Celina inherited her recipe from her grandmother, Grandma Maggie. In addition to traditional biscochitos, she has perfected numerous flavorful twists on the original recipe, including green chile pecan, red chile, lemon, cocoa chocolate chip, blue corn pinon, lemon lavender, mimosa, maple bacon, jam filled, chocolate almond filled, and cranberry walnut. When experimenting with new flavors, Celina’s motto is “if we can’t taste a traditional biscochito in each one of our products, it’s no longer a biscochito.”

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