Its Green Chile Season!

Submitted by Tech Support on Monday, August 10th, 2015

  The Green Chile is synonymous with New Mexico culture. The Hatch green chile peppers are a vital ingredient in Southwestern cuisine. It is served on top of hamburgers, in enchiladas, inside omelets, and anything else imaginable. During harvesting season, you can smell the smokey, sweet, peppery perfume of the green chile as it slowly […]

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Wedding Caterers- How to Choose the Best Wedding Caterer

Submitted by Tech Support on Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Spring is coming and what do we associate with Spring . . . . . weddings! Many brides and grooms are busy planning for their big day. There are so many details to finalize from flowers to honeymoon to wardrobe. One of the most important and costly considerations for the wedding, other than the dress, […]

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The History of Valentine’s Day

Submitted by Tech Support on Monday, February 9th, 2015

St. Valentine’s Day, more commonly known as Valentine’s Day, has a somewhat murky history. There are several theories, and one such theory involves a defiant roman priest who became Emperor Claudius II. He was an ambitious ruler and he needed a vast army of men to battle other armies and conquer his enemies. He forced […]

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Fat Tuesday

Submitted by Tech Support on Monday, February 9th, 2015

Mardi Gras or “Fat Tuesday,” began as a medieval European tradition in response to the strict fasting that Lent would soon bring. The history of Mardi Gras dates back to the 17th and 18th centuries in Venice and Rome. It soon made its way to the French House of Bourbons, where the French celebrated “Boeuf […]

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