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Green Chile Kitchen is coming to Yukon
By Dave Cathey | Published: October 3, 2012
It's that time again when I have a little to share about a lot of subjects within the local food scene:
• For the love of chiles: After Trevor Logan graduated from Yukon High School, he headed for college in Santa Fe, N.M., where he — like everyone else who spends any time there — fell in love with green chiles. Life took him to San Francisco, and he took his love of green chiles along in the form of a restaurant called Green Chile Kitchen and Market, which opened in 2006. Its success was such that expansion ensued with Green Chile Pies (and Ice Cream) in 2010 and Green Chile Pies (Sweet and Savory) in 2011.
For his next trick, Logan is bringing all that he's learned back home. Green Chile Kitchen Route 66 opens Tueday in Yukon.
Green Chile Kitchen Route 66 will serve food inspired by the distinctive flavors and traditions of New Mexico. I will have more coverage once Green Chile Kitchen settles into its home at 12 E Main St. in Yukon, which is gradually becoming a food destination.
Read more: http://newsok.com/green-chile-kitchen-is-coming-to-yukon/article/3715197#ixzz28GRyXdbY
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