Photos: Green chile roasting begins in Durango

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Photos: Green chile roasting begins in Durango

Dianna Baca with Albertsons grocery store in Durango puts her 30 years of green chile roasting experience to work Tuesday after the arrival of chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory in New Mexico. Albertsons roasts about 1,200 bushels each year. Gazpacho Restaurant, which also holds an annual chile roast, is taking orders and expects to start roasting Sept. 11.
Ross Kotlar with Albertsons roast chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory on Tuesday.
Chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory wait to be roasted at Albertsons on Tuesday.
Dianna Baca with Albertsons grocery store in Durango puts her 30 years of green chile roasting experience to work Tuesday after the arrival of chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory in New Mexico. Albertsons roasts about 1,200 bushels each year. Gazpacho Restaurant, which also holds an annual chile roast, is taking orders and expects to start roasting Sept. 11.

Photos: Green chile roasting begins in Durango

Dianna Baca with Albertsons grocery store in Durango puts her 30 years of green chile roasting experience to work Tuesday after the arrival of chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory in New Mexico. Albertsons roasts about 1,200 bushels each year. Gazpacho Restaurant, which also holds an annual chile roast, is taking orders and expects to start roasting Sept. 11.
Ross Kotlar with Albertsons roast chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory on Tuesday.
Chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory wait to be roasted at Albertsons on Tuesday.
Dianna Baca with Albertsons grocery store in Durango puts her 30 years of green chile roasting experience to work Tuesday after the arrival of chiles from Young Guns Hatch Chile Factory in New Mexico. Albertsons roasts about 1,200 bushels each year. Gazpacho Restaurant, which also holds an annual chile roast, is taking orders and expects to start roasting Sept. 11.
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