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  1. Chile_Ute

    OT - New Mexican chile "Christmas"?

    Daaayuummnn!
  2. Chile_Ute

    OT - New Mexican chile "Christmas"?

    I need to do that too...been saying that awhile.
  3. Chile_Ute

    OT - New Mexican chile "Christmas"?

    We’ll have to work that out and see if Sage can get away from his tackle shop
  4. Chile_Ute

    OT - New Mexican chile "Christmas"?

    You just haven’t had the right red. Seriously you’re right, it’s a more robust flavor profile. Green is more universal but I make a barbacoa with red in the broth that is F ing delish. Like anthing, it’s how you use it.
  5. Chile_Ute

    OT - New Mexican chile "Christmas"?

    There needs to be clarification. Xmas is not mixed chile...it’s your dish smothered half red and half green. Kind of inbred jackarses are ya?!
  6. Chile_Ute

    Road Trip - Four Corners area

    Solid. -Santa Fe: Maria’s has an awesome tequila selection and good red chile. Sazon is a high end Mexican place worth every penny (authentic representation from several states...it is not the US version of Mexican food). Cowgirl is good. El Farol has great paella and taps with live music. Geronimo is great...especially if elk loin is on the menu. -Turquoise trail: SFe brewery and get tacos next door at El Parasol...they are awesome. Head south on 14 and Beer Creek is a new brewery. Beer is good, sandwich and pizzas are good (stew is crap). Madrid: The Hollar has awesome food with a southern flare (chef is Cordon Bleu trained and from New Orleans). Mine Shaft us across the street with solid bar food (I eat at Hollar and drink atthe Shaft). Keep heading south and you’ll hit Sandia Park/Cedar Crest/Tijeras. You can drive up to Sandia Crest from this side(better than the Tram and cheaper) with great hikes all the way up (let me know if you want specific trail recommendations). You’ll see: Lazy Lizzard is ok food wise, service is slow but fun people. Ale Republic, young brewers from UNM but nachos and cubano are solid. Ribs is a decent BBQ place. Greenside is good food, beer and wine. Molly’s in Tijeras is a dive but fun based on when you go. -ABQ: lot of options but my favs are Cocina Azul (awesome carne adovada and posole), Quarter Celtic (great Irish-esque brewery) fish and chips are my favorite in the West. More if you want. -Parks: Go to Petrified NP from the I40 entrance drive in 5-10 miles and see a couple things and then turn around. Bandolier is a hidden gem...must see IMO. Pueblo Cultural center in ABQ is a good place to get good exposure/info and have a decent restaurant. More if you want specifics but this shyte is going on too long. PM me if you need anything...you’ll be driving by my place if you take turquoise trail.
  7. Chile_Ute

    Road Trip - Four Corners area

    Solid recommendations. Shark is in point I don’t have much to add.
  8. Chile_Ute

    New Mexico at UNLV

    Agree. It was the first time I remember seeing Weir use man....just an observation.
  9. Chile_Ute

    New Mexico at UNLV

    He seemed to mix zone and man against Wyoming...was at the game. Much better defense (and I get it was against Wyoming) but they played better as a whole the entire game.
  10. Chile_Ute

    Utah State at San Jose State

    Guess if you use it correctly....
  11. Chile_Ute

    #10 Nevada @ Boise State

    5%
  12. Chile_Ute

    Two MWC cities make the list

    1.5 blocks then
  13. Chile_Ute

    Two MWC cities make the list

    Shoot, that’s like 3 blocks in Wyoming
  14. Chile_Ute

    Lobos @ Aztecs

    If both are no-shows is it a draw?
  15. Chile_Ute

    Nevada gets 5* QB Malik Henry

    Your mom told me there was an impressive one on his ball sack.
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