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The Mexican Green Gold… and It Isn’t Cannabis

Dave DeWitt Cooking with Chiles, Fired-Up Fruits, Mexico and Central America Leave a Comment

By José C. Marmolejo Mexico has been exporting avocados since 1980 but not due north. Europe was its first international destination and 10 years later Japan and Canada became hooked on this wonderful Mexican fruit. It only took 27 years for Mexican avocado exports to break into every state in the U.S. market year-round. During the last 10 years, Mexico …

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The Pigs of the Sea

Dave DeWitt In the Kitchen with Chile Peppers, Sizzling Seafood Leave a Comment

By Dave DeWitt & Mike Stines From Thailand: Deep-Fried Curried Fish Patties and Thai Baked Stuffed Chile Peppers From Singapore: Singapore Fried Prawns with Dried Chile From Vietnam: Fish with Ginger Salsa From Borneo: Tangy Marinated Fish From Cambodia: Tantalizing Catfish The Mekong Catfish above is a good example of why some catfish and groupers are called “the pigs of …

You Say Farolitos, I Say Luminarias: Christmas Eve in New Mexico

Christmas Eve Dishes from New Mexico (Original)

Dave DeWitt Cooking with Chiles at the Holidays Leave a Comment

Recipes: Green Chile Tortilla Pinwheels Chile de Arbol Salad Posole (Pork and Posole Corn) New Mexico Red Chile Sauce Biscochitos (Anise-Flavored Cookies) By Nancy Gerlach, Fiery Foods & Barbecue Central Food Editor Emeritus Christmas Eve in New Mexico is a very special night steeped in tradition and probably no other image symbolizes the season more than the flickering lights from …