Pueblo chile is the most famous chile of our region, attracting chile aficionados’ attention from around the world. Its pungency ranges between 5,000 and 20,000 Scoville Heat Units, the measurement method used to rank chile heat. Pueblo chilies are comparable to moderate jalapeno peppers, and are usually a little warmer than cayenne peppers. The growing conditions in Southeastern Colorado render some of the best chile available. Hot, dry, sunny summer days, combined with our rich soils and pure Colorado water yield some of the hottest and most flavorful chilies. Watch out for the little ones – they’ve been tortured the most and are the hottest.
The 3rd Annual Spice up Spring Pueblo Chile Recipe Competition took place at a variety of local restaurants across Pueblo last Thursday, May 3rd. Judging was nearly impossible this year as contestants presented their most unique and delicious recipes infused
Bustling craft breweries, a robust lineup of long-loved festivals and events, and exquisite cuisine heightened by rich cultural heritage and the celebrated Mirasol chile are just a few ways this flourishing city spices up the scene in southern Colorado. The