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CHILE BURGER SMACKDOWN Six local restaurants in running for chile cheeseburger bragging rights

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Posted: Thursday, August 1, 2013 5:30 pm | Updated: 8:23 pm, Fri Aug 2, 2013.

Will it be Luminaria’s “Madrid Burger” — Wagyu beef topped with melted cheddar, guac and New Mexico green — that wins the Santa Fe Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown next month?

Or will it be Cowgirl BBQ’s blend of beef, local buffalo and applewood bacon topped with melted brie, truffled Hatch green chile and a slice of heirloom tomato on a chile cheddar bun?

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4 comments:

  • Michael Grimler posted at 3:53 pm on Wed, Aug 7, 2013.

    shooter Posts: 156

    Oh my...that vision seems a tad narrow, Mr. Ordonez.

    Perhaps one or more of the judges is of the "Bill Richardson" variety of Hispanic.

    Would you concede that one does NOT have to have an Hispanic surname in order to be an authentic Hispanic/Chicano/Latino/New Mexican?

     
  • Mark Ordonez posted at 1:28 pm on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    marcoordonez Posts: 482

    Wow not ONE Chicano/Latino/Hispanic/ New Mexican with Spanish surname (or WHATEVER is the correct term) in the panel of Judges!?!?!

     
  • Stella Guadalupe posted at 11:48 am on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    Stella Guadalupe Posts: 6

    Well, the brie-topped GCCB at Cowgirl with truffle fries is superb and it's $12.95.

     
  • Lou Neiner posted at 9:56 am on Fri, Aug 2, 2013.

    lneiner Posts: 7

    Wagyu, Brie and truffles. Three words that should never, never ever be used in an article about GCCBs. That's almost as silly as an entry from Terra. Really? The most pretentious eatery East of California? I'm guessing they're going to do a grass fed buffalo/Wagyu grind with artisanal feta cheese, locally sourced, Hatch green chile coulis on a house made speck Brioche lightly grilled in clarified butter and served with tofu fries kissed with a tomato gastrade. This will also be featured on their lunch menu this week only for $39.95.

     
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