Drying Peppers

I'm from the south and this was new to me, here you learn to eat Mexican food. Hatch is the most popular place for growing chili peppers. While driving through Hatch one day, we took this picture of a way they dry the peppers by putting them on the roof. When the peppers are ready, you will know it because the places will begin to roast peppers for freezing.

By Pat from Turnage

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November 20, 20050 found this helpful

I am curios what city and state was that? Looks

neat.

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November 20, 20050 found this helpful

Hatch, New Mexico, I'm positive.

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