Sitting 80 miles north of the Mexican border, in the epicenter of America's pepper-growing belt, is the village of Hatch, New Mexico. A small farming community of 1648 inhabitants, Hatch is famous for the chile peppers that bear the town's name. In fact, Hatch is the "Chile Capital of the World." It's possible that this […]

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