I grew up just south of Hatch...Nothing in the world compares to the taste (and smell!) of fresh green chile... "New Mexico is known for its chiles from the Hatch Valley in the southern part of the state...." https://muybuenocookbook.com/queso-fundido-mushrooms-hatch-green-chile/
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