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Almost every dish you get in New Mexico has the option of hatch green chile. It’s indigenous to that part of the world. If you get a hamburger, a cheeseburger, scrambled egg — there’s invariably a hatch green chile option. For me, it’s always been the star player of the dishes I get in Albuquerque, where I grew up.

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