Letter to the editor

Letter: Taos Diner provides authentic experience

By Jay Powell
Taos
Posted 1/18/19

Remember our dedication to local flavor and quality when you are choosing where to eat breakfast.

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Letter to the editor

Letter: Taos Diner provides authentic experience

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At the Taos Diner, our goal is to provide a delicious meal and an authentic New Mexican experience to the people who come to eat at our restaurants. We know that promoting New Mexico is as important to the patrons of the Taos Diner as it is to us. We do our best to stay true to that.

That is why we believe in local ingredients and have been a member of the New Mexico Chile Association for 15 years, serving New Mexico Certified Chile™. As a co-owner of the Taos Diner and a proud New Mexican, I would never consider using anything but New Mexico Certified Chile™. Under the association’s voluntary chile certification program for restaurants, farmers, growers’ markets and others, an independent party confirms that products labeled as from New Mexico actually are grown in our home state. Our association and our restaurants are committed to the chile industry. When our chile industry prospers, so do the related partners in New Mexico’s economy.

Remember our dedication to local flavor and quality when you are choosing where to eat breakfast. Join us for our legendary huevos rancheros and breakfast burritos. Think local. Think family owned, and think Taos Diner.

To learn about the program, go to nmchileassociation.com/new-mexico-certified-chile-program/ and https://newmexicochile.org

– Jay Powell, Taos

 

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