My Hatch Chile Festival is coming to a close . . . though I might throw a few on the grill this Labor Day Weekend.
And my final Hatch Chile recipe is a sweet one.
A very sweet one!
Sweet and subtly spicy!
While this is truly is a dessert, it’ll surely stand out as a breakfast, brunch, or side.
And why, you may ask, am I pairing Morning Glories with Roasted Hatch Chile Zucchini Bread?
Well, I’m so glad you asked . . .
Each bite of this bread is moist and super sweet. A second or so after the initial taste, the heat kicks in and it’ll perk you right up — or gently wake you up. The Morning Glories are very sweet, too — not to eat, but on the eyes — and every morning they very gently wake up, opening their petals to the sun.
Do you get it? I know, I might be in my own little flower-food pairing world, but I love it. And please, if you want to know what Friday Flowers is all about, click here to see the gallery!
Thank you for coming to my festival and see below for a few other Hatch Chile Roasting Events (where you can actually show up)!
Melissa’s will be roasting the famous Hatch Chile at selected Bristol Farms stores throughout Southern California and Fry’s in Arizona. There are still opportunities to be a part of this!
Don’t miss out on the taste of the season!
9/01 Bristol Farms, South Pasadena, CA (Saturday)
9/02 Roe’s Restaurant, Belmont shores, CA (Sunday)
9/08 Bristol Farms, Newport Beach, CA (Saturday)
9/09 Bristol Farms, Newport Beach, CA (Sunday)
9/14 Fry’s, Phoenix, AZ (Friday)
9/15 Fry’s, Phoenix, AZ (Saturday)
9/16 Fry’s, Phoenix, AZ (Sunday)
And if you live in New Mexico, or might happen to be there this Labor Day Weekend, you might want to join the Hatch Chile Festival.
This is not a sponsored post.