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Not Your Mama's Chile Ristras - A Modern Twist on a New Mexico Classic!

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Not Your Mama's Chile Ristras - A Modern Twist on a New Mexico Classic!

In New Mexico, Chile Ristras are practically a staple as a decoration on every home. Now you can enjoy your very own Everlasting Chile Ristra that will never decay. Be careful, you can't eat this one because it's EXTRA hot! Check out our Fire Forms blog post about New Mexico's famous claim to fame as the Chile Capital of the World!

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Care For Your Comal

Care For Your Comal

How To Clean Your Comal

Now that you have your beautiful, custom Not Your Mama’s Comal, you might be wondering how to care for it. Can I wash it? Can I put it in the dishwasher? The short answer is No. Our comales are not your typical cast iron comales, hence the name “Not Your Mama’s Comal”; however, being made of steel they should be treated ...

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What is a comal, you ask?

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What is a comal, you ask?

It's the most important part of  New Mexican/Mexican cuisine!

If you've never had a warm, fresh tortilla with real butter you don't know what you're missing! Also, one of my favorite ways to eat tortillas, preferably fresh also, is with a whole, peeled, or peeled and chopped, roasted green chile with a little salt and garlic. Pure heaven.

Like most cooks, my mama had one of those cast iron comales and it’s still going strong but the comales we make here at Fire Forms are not made of cast iron. They’re made of 3/16 inch steel, either hot roll or cold roll, and we’ve added a twist – beautiful designs are cut into the comal and if you’re interested in...

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