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Old 08-10-2014, 12:01 AM   #16
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Brethren, it's Hatch Green Chile Time- can we get an AMEN!!!!
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Old 08-10-2014, 12:09 AM   #17
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Old 08-10-2014, 12:19 AM   #18
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So, you roast and peel them, then freeze them? Or roast and freeze them, then peel when ready to use?
Yes-either works fine!!
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Old 08-10-2014, 03:34 AM   #19
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Wife doesn't care for them, so I only bought six... They are bagged and in the refridge for use tomorrow.
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Old 08-10-2014, 09:12 AM   #20
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Texas may have brisket, but we got the chili over here.. Looks great. I need to get my 40lb sack soon.
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Old 08-10-2014, 10:19 AM   #21
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I "discovered" these chiles last year on this forum and ordered from a website....I love them!
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Old 08-10-2014, 11:52 AM   #23
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I just saw some Hatch Chile in the store this morning and had the same idea! Just not quite on the same scale as you (I just bought 4 nice sized ones to roast on the kettle for my wife). She loves Hatch Chiles!
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Old 08-10-2014, 01:47 PM   #25
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Tough to find good ones around here. I remember driving to a grocery store last year or the year before that was advertising them. We drove over an hour to get there and they were pretty well sold out. They had a couple of barrel roasters out front if people wanted them roasted. There was literally a line clear around the store waiting to roast their newly purchased peppers.

Does anybody know of a reputable company that ships good (hot) raw Hatch Peppers for a reasonable rate?
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Tough to find good ones around here. I remember driving to a grocery store last year or the year before that was advertising them. We drove over an hour to get there and they were pretty well sold out. They had a couple of barrel roasters out front if people wanted them roasted. There was literally a line clear around the store waiting to roast their newly purchased peppers.

Does anybody know of a reputable company that ships good (hot) raw Hatch Peppers for a reasonable rate?
A quick search revealed these folks: http://gravesfarmandgarden.com/index...pper&Itemid=76

It's just the shipping cost that's a killer. I'm sure there are others.

Standard shipping rate isn't too bad. Problem is, no telling how much wilt will occur in those few days during transit. I'm sure they could answer those questions though.
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A quick search revealed these folks: http://gravesfarmandgarden.com/index...pper&Itemid=76

It's just the shipping cost that's a killer. I'm sure there are others.

Standard shipping rate isn't too bad. Problem is, no telling how much wilt will occur in those few days during transit. I'm sure they could answer those questions though.
Thanks - yeah, I did a search. Just wondered if anybody had any first hand experience

The company you linked will ship a bushel to me for a bit over $50 2nd day Fedex, but I'm not sure how well they hold up to 2 day this time of year. Also never calls them "Hatch", only green chilies and they are based in Roswell.

Ah well. We have friends from outside of Albuquerque who are coming out at the end of the month. Maybe I'll hit them up.
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Thanks - yeah, I did a search. Just wondered if anybody had any first hand experience

The company you linked will ship a bushel to me for a bit over $50 2nd day Fedex, but I'm not sure how well they hold up to 2 day this time of year. Also never calls them "Hatch", only green chilies and they are based in Roswell.

Ah well. We have friends from outside of Albuquerque who are coming out at the end of the month. Maybe I'll hit them up.

Many thing to consider, some sell green chile, but not from Hatch just like you said. Plus, it all depends on when they pick it and the number of days from there that it ships to you. The season is about 3-4 weeks, so your friends from Albuquerque should be able to bring some to you!
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I just got a pound at Fresh Market here in Orlando, FL ... $1.99/lb .. ouch.

Wanted to try them .. so looks like salsas, quesadillas are the more popular items people make with these.
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Tough to find good ones around here. I remember driving to a grocery store last year or the year before that was advertising them. We drove over an hour to get there and they were pretty well sold out. They had a couple of barrel roasters out front if people wanted them roasted. There was literally a line clear around the store waiting to roast their newly purchased peppers.

Does anybody know of a reputable company that ships good (hot) raw Hatch Peppers for a reasonable rate?
You just need to suck it up and plan to get Hatch Chile. There are many roastings in SoCal nowadays, you need to get there EARLY, and prepare to wait for roasting. It is a fun annual event, well worth the small effort. I guarantee that if you call the produce manager(at a store prior to a scheduled roasting) and explain your situation, they will set a case or two aside for you.

Here is a link to the most comprehensive list of SoCal roastings that I know of, plenty of dates still to come: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/983698
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