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American Road Trip Talk (Podcast)– Dan Monaghan: Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail

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American Road Trip Talk (Podcast)– Dan Monaghan: Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail

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There are some special tools you'll want to have handy for this road trip: Bicarbonate of Soda,Tums, Pepto-Bismol and in extreme cases, a defibrillator. This all presumes that you stop and eat at each one of the restaurants marked on theGreen Chile Cheeseburger Trail in New Mexico! Come to think of it, you might want to set aside the next 12 months to hit every bar, grill, restaurant or drive through in that great western state to try those one-of a-kind Southwest delicacies.

Chiles, green and red are the state vegetable of New Mexico where they proudly serve them in everything from soups to ice cream and apple pie. But one of the outstanding uses of these gastronomic grenades is in Green ChileCheeseburgers which can range from mild to molten. DanMonaghan, the Director of Video Services for the New Mexico Tourism Department will tell us all about the famous Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail that stretches from north to south and east to west across the Land of Enchantment. Be sure to visit www.newmexico.org for more information on the Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail and other aspects of this rugged and beautiful state. Here is a site dedicated to videos about New Mexico.

 

American Road Trip Talk (Podcast)– Dan Monaghan: Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail

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Experience authentic Louisiana heritage, music, art and crafts, food, and much more during a month-long extravaganza of festivals and special events in November. Louisiana Main Street and designated Main Street Communities throughout the state host the annual"Louisiana Main to Main: A Cultural Road Show" to collectively showcase our culture, commerce, history, and our abundance of creative and natural assets, and encourages road trips from one Main Street community to the next.

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