For the New Mexio expatriots…

I had the good fortune to be in New Mexico in late September. I had even better fortune when it turned out it was still chile roasting season.

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, if you don’t get misty thinking about 55 gal drums cut, with wire mesh sides, and butane, ignore this post.

Fruit Basket Chile Roasting

Fruit Basket Chile Roasting

for the hardcore among us. I’m sorry smell-o-video is unavailable.

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  1. stephen939 said

    I had the good fortune to be in New Mexico (Albuquerque) mid-July during a great monsoon season. Lots of lightning, thunder and heavy rains. Love that about NM. And yeah, I miss the chile roasters as well -just the smell wafting off of those cage-drums. There was a chile joint on San Mateo, not far from campus, that I used to haunt.

    Now ..time to get the snow tires mounted for another Spokane winter. Yuck!

    Thanks
    Steve Rimmey

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