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    TVWBB 1-Star Olympian Jim Lampe's Avatar
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    Hatch Chiles

    Do you have yours?





    local grocer sells them now, even will roast them for you (for a buck a pound more).
    I have some freezing to do now.
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    Haven't shown up here yet. I'll bag and tag a bunch when they arrive, thanks for the heads up.
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    about 2 pounds ready to vac-seal freeze...

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    2 pounds is now only 1.2 pounds after removing stems, some seeds and the roasted skins.
    Think I'll go get more...

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    My grocer will have a hatch chile event on Aug 23 and 24. Missed it last year, hope to try them this year.
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    Jim I have not seen them around here,( ever). How much a pound?

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    only one local chain in milwaukee area has them, Sendik's.
    they charge $2.99 lb fresh or $3.99 lb roasted.
    they actually roast them on site in the parking lot using a chile rotisserie roaster



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    I saw them roasting them last weekend in front of our grocery store.
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    I happened to get a few last year. haven't seen any around here yet.
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    Haven't seen them at my local grocery store yet. Probably in the next week or so though. The last few years they have been $0.99/lb(!!), so I buy 5-6 pounds, roast them on the grill, chill, bag and freeze.

    I de-stem and peel when I use them. Each year the amazing aroma of roasting chilis brings out one or two neighbors, who ask what amazing thing I am cooking.
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