It has been Oh So Very Long since I’ve participated in a What I Ate Wednesday party hostessed by the lovely Jenn at Peas & Crayons. I’m so excited to be back and to see what everyone is sharing today. Let’s see if I remember How!
So much has happened in the months since I’ve been away but most recently Ralph and I spent 3 weeks in New Mexico. Was I happy to be there? You better believe it! I love being there in general, but the food is one of my favorite parts of our visits. Also another reason that I can’t wait to be there permanently. Here Goes…
One of the best things about New Mexico especially in the fall is the presence of green chiles. Everywhere you go they’re offered. Trust me, I’m not complaining. Here are some of my happy meetings with the ever-present green chile.
One of the wonderful things about New Mexico is that if you ask nicely they’ll turn a veggie burger into a green chile cheese burger. This was a new restaurant we hadn’t tried before. We Will go there again.
This was a green chile cheese quesadilla. I asked to have grilled mushrooms added…Very Good Idea.
This is called a Build Your Own Omelette. I added spinach, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms and green chile. So good! You can’t see much of it in the photo, but this could possibly be the best biscuit I’ve ever eaten. I’ve been to this restaurant for breakfast before but never thought to ask for a biscuit. Believe me, I won’t make that mistake again.
Another breakfast was huevos rancheros. These are so unique to New Mexico. I always try to have them when I’m there. You get the choice of either red or green chile, but of course I always pick the green!
This was a black bean and cheese quesadilla. As I think about it, I probably should have requested green chile be added. Missed opportunity but it was still delicious. Also tasty was what they called guacamole salad. It was a fresh, crisp salad topped with guacamole. Very good.
I realize that this sounds like a Lot of green chile. I suppose some people might think it sounds boring to have the same thing so often. There is a real variety of great food choices in Silver City. I just never get the green chile anywhere else. When we move there, maybe I’ll get tired of them, but for now I take my opportunities whenever I can.
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Happy What I Ate Wednesday!