Good shot! I can smell good, too.
I can't imagine the taste! I can't imagine how you, guys, are eating those red/green chilli dishes! Way too hot for me.
Roasted chilis are so divine! I've been roasting mine under my broiler in the mornings to add to my scrambled eggs. Doesn't quite measure up to these tho. My preference is Matt Romero's at your market! I was tempted to take some home in my suitcase, but decided against it.
Wow! I had to look closely to spy him. Sort of in camo-mode.
Chili roasting, that's a totally new one for me! Sounds great though!
a watched pot...
Fun! Have a great weekend Randy.
I can almost smell it too... Hmmmmmm...God bless you!Cezar
Smart kid. He knew enough to get out of the way and out of the sun (well, mostly)...Hope you're having a great weekend!
Love roasted chillies Randy, haven't had them for a while, I bet the smell was divine!!
Mmmm, something I have yet to experience yet, the smell of chili peppers roasting. Must be quite the aroma.
I"ve been trying to find some roasting going on here the past few weeks with now luck. I love those roasted chilies.
Wow....you just have the best things in your area. Can't imagine how great the smell was!
I can smell them now! Yum-o!
The scent of roasting chiles IS heavenly! I don't think I could wait as patiently as that little boy.
Wow! Thats alot of chilis in that tumbler cage. That wonderful smell drifted all the way to my house in Oklahoma!
It is obviously a suggestion, but I can smell it too...
How neat, I've not seen this before where you can get your chiles roasted!
I can smell the chili's and know it was nice.
love the color of the umbrella. I bet the smell was heavenly!=)
Oh I can almost smell it! I've been there during chili season, and it IS heavenly, all the smells and the colorful sights of drying chilies. I hope you're getting your fill of them yourself! happy weekend to you Randy.
Oh my goodness, I bet that smelled wonderful!
It can be an interesting smell.
beautiful and funny ! now I'm hungry! who is georges Duboeuf ?? a french cook perhaps ?have a lovely sunday Randy
Ah yes, the smell is nearly as good as the finished product. Nothing like NM chilies.
Another activity that I have no experience of...chilli-roasting. What a rich world we live in. Cute kid too.
Hola, Randy!!!...siempre es grato volver y apreciar tus fotografías...naturales y llenas de cotidianidad...buen trabajo!!!Un gran abrazo!!! ;)
I bet the smell WAS heavenly. I enjoy reading your blog!
Haven't roasted these before Randy and as some of the family love chillies will give it a go.
Roasted Chilies?! Never had them! ANOTHER thing to do if I ever make it down that way. By the sounds and smell of things...I don't know if I would have waited as patiently;D
WEll here in Bama, I"ve never seen chilis roasting anywhere. Well here we have pork ribs roasting@! ;)V
I like this one! I've never had a roasted chili. Would love to try one.
Waiting for your chilies to be roasted???Wow, first time I am reading about such a thing!It's worth the trip one day...Thks for visiting Chandler a to z.
Small & common pleasures are worth the wait. Wonderful image.
There is nothing like the smell of fresh roasting chiles! well, except maybe eating them!;)
And then your mouth burns like heck. Oh my... chiles!
Not sure if my last comment went through. Silly computer! But this looks like fun. Did you buy any?
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