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Our Hottest Hatch Chile Finds

We've got your Hatch obsession covered with the hottest Hatch Chile products you just can't miss. What's your favorite Hatch Chile product?

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Hacking Hatch Chile Season

Hooked on Hatch Chiles but not sure where to begin? Don't worry! We've got everything you need to know about picking, roasting and prepping your Hatch Chile peppers.

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Hatch Chile Margarita

This easy (and spicy) margarita recipe is sure to become a summer staple for all of you adults out there. Perfect for entertaining and days poolside, this Hatch Chile Margarita adds a zesty twist to a...

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Spicy Hatch Tropical Fruit Salsa

Combine the ultimate sweet and spicy flavors in this unique salsa recipe for another perfect way to incorporate Hatch Chiles into your summer meal plan. This sweet and spicy recipe makes 5 to 6 cups a...

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APLK: Strawberry Bellini

Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen.  Visit her full blog or find out more about her here. 

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APLK: Smoked Paprika Red Pepper Dip

Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen.  Visit her full blog or find out more about her here. 

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Yellowbird Foods

Yellowbird makes delicious all-natural spicy condiments, and they make them right here in Texas. They are based in San Marcos, and got started in 2013 when their co-founders, George and Erin,  wanted ...

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The Salt Lick

The Salt Lick was originally founded in 1967.  Scott Roberts's parents opened the Salt Lick Bar-B-Que restaurant on the Driftwood Ranch where his father was born and raised. As with most Texas ranch t...

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Bossy Gourmet

The Bossy Gourmet’s award-winning salsa is made right here in Las Cruces, New Mexico. They originally got their start in 2014 and are continuously working to create the best possible salsa. 

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Valencia Flour Mill

Valencia Flour Mill, originally the Jarales Trading Post and Roller Mill, has been in existence for 104 years and relies on local grains from New Mexico to produce their mixes. 

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