Taos family continuing more than 50-year chile tradition

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Taos family continuing more than 50-year chile tradition

Chris Duran Jr., 7, helps roast green chile with his mother, Lupita Duran, on Aug. 9 outside the Big Lots in Santa Fe. For the Duran family of Taos, the beginning of the chile-roasting season in Santa Fe is a time to renew ties with longtime customers and familial legacies that span generations.
Matt Flores helps out the family business, Los Chile Bros outside Big Lots in Santa Fe, N.M.
Matt Flores peels a piece of freshly roasted green chile at Los Chile Bros in front of Big Lots.
Green Chile from a homemade roaster at Los Chile Bros outside Big Lots in Santa Fe, N.M.

Taos family continuing more than 50-year chile tradition

Chris Duran Jr., 7, helps roast green chile with his mother, Lupita Duran, on Aug. 9 outside the Big Lots in Santa Fe. For the Duran family of Taos, the beginning of the chile-roasting season in Santa Fe is a time to renew ties with longtime customers and familial legacies that span generations.
Matt Flores helps out the family business, Los Chile Bros outside Big Lots in Santa Fe, N.M.
Matt Flores peels a piece of freshly roasted green chile at Los Chile Bros in front of Big Lots.
Green Chile from a homemade roaster at Los Chile Bros outside Big Lots in Santa Fe, N.M.
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