Rancho Gordo Partners Up with Diana Kennedy to Import Rare Oaxacan Chiles

By Jonathan Kauffman Mon., Dec. 12 2011 at 10:00 AM

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Steve Sando of Rancho Gordo.

Steve Sando, Rancho Gordo founder and author of Heirloom Beans, just returned from a two-week road trip around Mexico with legendary cookbook author Diana Kennedy and Gael Garcia Bernal’s mother, a telenovela star. They were hunting for rare Oaxacan chiles — and more specifically, farmers who would be willing to grow them for export.

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One Response to Rancho Gordo Partners Up with Diana Kennedy to Import Rare Oaxacan Chiles

  1. Looking for Oaxacan chiles such as chilhuacles and chilcosles ? Zocalito has them !! http://www.zocalito.com/chiles

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