About Dixie Chile Ranch

Dixie Chile Ranch It's a small farm started by a couple of New Mexico expatriates who wanted fresh green and red Anaheim Chile along with fresh fruit and vegetables on the dinner table. We grow: Dixie Chile Ranch Anaheim Chile plus other types of Chile peppers along with blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, cherries, apples and pumpkins for the local NW Tennessee market. Our Dixie Chile Ranch U-Pick Farm is located 4½ miles north of Kenton. We can also grow custom fruits and vegetables for restaurants, stores and institutions (please call 731-225-0456 or contact us for details). Our Mission To grow the best fruits and vegetables in NW Tennessee and help promote a healthier lifestyle for our customers

Que pasa?

Hmmm.

Something’s going on at the Dixie Chile Ranch roadside stand …
but nobody will tell me what it is.

??? I’ll let you know when I find out.

your puzzled amigo, Diego

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It’s patented in New Mexico

Hatch chile. Hatch chile refers to varieties of species of the genus Capsicum which are grown in the Hatch Valley, an area stretching north and south along the Rio Grande from Arrey, New Mexico, in the north to Tonuco Mountain to the southeast of Hatch, New Mexico.
New Mexico chile – Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Mexico_chile

The chile head’s chile; the epitome of the Anaheim variety.

These kids really ‘hot foot’ it!

One of the top cross country festivals in America and a premier running event happens this Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22, 2018. If you’re in the Fayetteville, Arkansas area, consider being part of the cheering audience (6000 folks expected!) for the midschool, high school and college teams. And don’t forget about individual events like the “Quickest Pepper Kid” run on Friday at 6:30 pm for the under-12 years old set.

You can find details at the webpage for the 30th Annual Chile Pepper Festival at:
https://www.chilepepperfestival.org They’ve been successfully raising money (over $600,000) for multiple schools in NW Arkansas cross country running programs since 1988.

Myself, I’d like to attend the post-race lunch on Saturday and enjoy the Hot Mexican Food Feast.
I sure hope I don’t have to run for my lunch first …

su amigo, Diego