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Mama Rita’s Tortillas & the Pueblo Chile Festival

Yesterday marks our fourth visit to the annual Pueblo Chile and Frijoles Festival. It was, as usual, absolutely wonderful! As is tradition, it was a happy reunion with family and we immediately hit up the Pueblo Chile wrap stand. 

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Grandma Salazar’s Sopaipillas

Say the word “sopaipilla” and a lot of people get excited. Are you one of them? I have memories of Grandma Salazar’s sopaipillas dating back to my earliest years, along with the memories of piping hot ones straight from my mom’s kitchen. Visit either woman … Continue reading

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Mama Rita’s Sour Dough Bread

There is nothing, I repeat, nothing that can make your home feel cozier or more inviting than the aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through the air. And then of course, there is no better snack on this planet than … Continue reading

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