green chile stew

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RE: green chile stew 2007/03/31 12:54:27 (permalink)
I might even show up to that one, and I'm a fairly misanthropic anti-social SOB.
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RE: green chile stew 2007/04/01 01:01:27 (permalink)
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NYNM,
Little tardy responding. Count me in as well! Think you're the OFFICIAL organizer of the New Mexico roadfood fest!!
Whip us into shape!
Ole Rouxdog



Ooops...I'm gonna need a lot of help here - I don't actually live in NM! I live in NYC and have a 2nd home in NM. I won't be putting in any serious NM time until August....So, how's about an NM Committee?????
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RE: green chile stew 2007/04/02 17:23:04 (permalink)
NYNM, I understand what you are saying. Sounds like you get to Albuquerque more often than I. If this gathering happens, I hope so, appears someone in the Albuquerque area needs to step forward and take the lead. I live 150 miles southeast!
Let's not give up.
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RE: green chile stew 2007/07/31 11:16:17 (permalink)
I lived in Santa Fe for 20 years. The best green chile stew there can be found at: La Choza on Alarid St.
(God I miss my chile fixes)
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RE: green chile stew 2007/08/05 09:40:16 (permalink)
Mike, Its just about Chile picking time here in New Mexico. Can't wait to get my big burlap sack and roast them on the propane grill, then freeze for our years supply. We occasionally have to supplement. We purchase frozen chopped green if necessary. Pretty good stuff I must say. However, not as delicious as our home prepped fire roasted. Get on the old web order a sack! Also order some Chimayo red chile powder, mexican oregano cumin and maybe a bag of masa harina. Bet you can easily find other necessary items locally. Find some truly "New Mexican" recipes, your ready to create your nostalgic culinary visit to Santa Fe!
Ole Rouxdog
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RE: green chile stew 2007/08/08 12:38:51 (permalink)
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Originally posted by rouxdog

Mike, Its just about Chile picking time here in New Mexico. Can't wait to get my big burlap sack and roast them on the propane grill, then freeze for our years supply. We occasionally have to supplement. We purchase frozen chopped green if necessary. Pretty good stuff I must say. However, not as delicious as our home prepped fire roasted. Get on the old web order a sack! Also order some Chimayo red chile powder, mexican oregano cumin and maybe a bag of masa harina. Bet you can easily find other necessary items locally. Find some truly "New Mexican" recipes, your ready to create your nostalgic culinary visit to Santa Fe!
Ole Rouxdog




We had some frozen Bueno (brand) green chile (in a small tub) in our fridge from last year and we just defrosted a bit. Still delicious. We can't wait a few more weeks. Now, why can't they ship it to stores in NY????
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RE: green chile stew 2007/10/18 17:05:03 (permalink)
here's a recipe we like:

3 pounds trimmed boneless pork shoulder, cut into 1-inch pieces
All purpose flour
1/2 cup olive oil
3/4 cup chopped onion
4 poblano chilies, chopped
1/4 cup chopped garlic
1 28-ounce can diced tomatoes in juice
2 19-ounce cans enchilada sauce
1 12-ounce bottle amber ale
1 7-ounce can diced green chilies
1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 tablespoon chili powder
Sour cream
Sliced green onions

flour the pork chunks and fry in fat until browned.
then saute the onions and garlic until soft,
add the other peppers and liquids and the meat.
cook for a LONG time.
eat topped with sour cream and green onions and cold beer.
for more heat, add some jalapenos. and we also like tomatillos in this, chopped.

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RE: green chile stew 2008/12/14 13:40:23 (permalink)
Howdy, Rouxdog! Yes, it's me, Dick Estep. I was kidnapped and hope you guys didn't pay the ransom because I escaped. I've been studying on my ongoing quest for The Perfect Green Chile and I'm seriously considering adding nopalitos. I figure you've choused cows through several acres of the critters so I came here for your opinion. Who knows? If we convince the Cajuns they're good to eat the resulting shortage might make your roundups easier. Blackened cactus, anyone?
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Re:green chile stew 2011/08/27 15:51:32 (permalink)
I just have to kick up this thread about one of my al time favorite foods, Green Chile Stew!
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Re:green chile stew 2011/08/27 16:10:01 (permalink)
Next time I'm in NM I will try the green chile stew.  Was there in June and had a green chile cheeseburger at Bobcat Bite.  Burger heaven.  I'm looking forward to trying the stew.
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