Hello, I am one of many foodies around the country whose daily existance thrives on experimenting with multiple food combinations. Here is one recipie I never tire of.
A great tasting better for you burger!
My inspiration for this recipe are the amazing Hatch green chiles that my home state of New Mexico is famous for.
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A twist on my mothers pork chops.
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