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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Still in New Mexico

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Enjoy some local bull riding because I know we did....

You can also enjoy some Eggs Southwestern that I prepared for a documentary that I cant wait to tell you about.

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...Oh and did I forget to mention that Hatch green chile is roasting all over the state and the smell fills the air?

21 comments:

Vickie said...

You take the best photos - this looks so darned good, it's making my mouth water! Is there chicken under that egg?

Anette said...

Seems like you're enjoying New Mexico! Beautiful food, could have been on a big poster, or a painting! Lovely colors!

Lea Ann said...

I will hunt you down if you don't tell us about that egg dish! Looks wonderful. Love the bull riding - fun to watch.

intuitive eggplant said...

Yes, I'd like to know the details of that lovely egg dish too. Glad you're enjoying your trip, and I can't wait to hear more about your documentary!

Marjie said...

Isn't rodeo about the most astonishing sport ever? Even a sissified Yankee girl like me loves it. And your eggs are so pretty!

Jeannie said...

The eggs dish certainly look delicious and beautiful...mmmm wondered what's in the sauce?

doggybloggy said...

vickie: thanks - it was so darned good -

annette: totally enjoying New Mexico - I love coming home

Lee Ann: I will give the details of this recipe - you wont have to hunt me down

eggy: I cant wait till I can tell more about it

marjie: rodeo is astonishing - and local backyard rodeo is even more so

Jeanne: there were three sauces - hollandaise, and roasted red chile with roasted tomato coulis and green chile coulis

Stephanie Savors the Moment said...

You really do take amazing photos - the eggs look divine. Can't wait to hear about the documentary!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Enjoy your trip home and the rodeo. I can't wait to know more about those eggs. The sauce is gorgeous. Do I see corn in the background?
Sam

Jill said...

Can't wait to hear about it. And thanks so much for your sweet comment today.

teresa said...

i'm glad to see you're having a good time. those are some killer looking eggs!

Angie's Recipes said...

This looks grand!

Doc said...

Looking forward to the documentary and the recipe; looks delicious!

Barbara said...

Oh yeah. When we lived in Texas we made many trips across the border. I wasn't crazy about the bullfights, but saw them anyway. I also remember a deadly drink called Tequilla Sunrise.

Koek! said...

I can't wait for you to tell us either! That dish has really piqued my curiosity... looks divine.
Robyn

Heff said...

That egg looks GREAT. I LOVE eggs. Especially funked up like that one !

Grumpy Granny said...

The chiles are roasting in Pueblo, too. OMG, the whole town smells good!

GG

Rebecka said...

I was born in Albuq. NM and that egg dish has my mouth all ready for your egg dish recipe! It looks simply divine!

I love the foods and culture of the South West. I've been to Mexico several times and have enjoyed some amazing foods. I've never seen bull fighting but I come from a family of rodeo bull riders. I try to visit my extended family often. When visiting, I always try to make stops at all my favorite restaurants in Old Town, Sante Fe and Taos.

I have a favorite Mexican breakfast place in Gallop, NM. So if you’re in that area let me know and I'll get you the address.

Jenn said...

Ironic you put up a vid with bull riding on it. Yesterday when I was working on the show Dexter, somehow one of the background and I got into the topic of bull riding. Totally random conversation, too.

Glad you're enjoying there in New Mexco!!

Lori Lynn said...

I just posted a recipe with Hatch chiles!
How lucky you are to be there!
LL

Mely (mimk) said...

Where can I get some of those Chiles? I think they will be great stuffed with crab meat and cream cheese.

Just getting some ideas just looking at them. Those peppers are also sold dry, right?

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