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Dia De Los Muertos, Calaveras and La Patrona

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

In certain areas of Mexico in November they hold an ages old tradition of honoring family and friends who have passed. This is became very important in Mexican culture because it was believed that we experience a second death when all who knew, honored and remembered us have also passed. Dia de los Muertos, the […]

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It’s Getting Chile in Albuquerque, and Dragons Roar

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Dragons roar and grown men weep. Both are signs that Fall is upon us in the Duke City, and that means it’s Green Chile Time. We are lucky to have chile sold and roasted right in our Adobe Nido neighborhood, and the aroma when they’re roasting is heavenly. If someone made incense that smelled like […]

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