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Have you ever eaten chiles from Hatch, New Mexico? If you have, you know how delicious these peppers are. If not… You don’t know what you’re missing! Fortunately, Reyna Foods has got you covered. Mid-September we will be sending a purchasing team out to New Mexico to bring back a truckload of these treasures. Not only will we be roasting these peppers outside our Strip District grocery, we will also be holding our second annual Chile Farm Festival.

By now, you know the Strip is the center for ethnic and specialty foods for the entire Allegheny Valley.  Today, we're spotlighting the family of institutions that is Reyna Foods.

Read more: http://www.inthestrip-pgh.com/retrospective/the-spicy-strip-reyna-foods/

It's not hard to imagine someone rehabbing the barn of a multi-generation farm, but someone turning land in Pittsburgh's heavily suburbanized North Hills back into a farm is rare.  Read more:

Back to the Farm with the owner of the Strip District Mexican food store.

Nicola DiCio in the chile pepper garden of White Oak Farm, which straddles Hampton and Indiana township.

Fresh Chiles from Hatch, New Mexico Roasting All Day!

Saturday, October 6, 2012
11:00am to 7:00pm
 
3314 Wagner Road, Allison Park PA 15101
(White Oak Farm in Hampton Township)

 

Sunday, November 20, 2011
By Rob Owen, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hot in Pueblo: Mirasol green chiles give this Pittsburgh-like town ...
 

11.01.11

Tortilla maker (and pro boxer!) Hugo Garcia can be observed in action several days a week at Reyna Foods, cranking out warm, fresh tortillas on a Wonka-esque machine.
 

Visit Reyna Foods in the Strip District for authentic Mexican treats
By Ben Boskovich | Photography by Adam Milliron

 10/13/2011