New Mexico Matea sivakova

1. Posole stew is New Mexico comfort food and, along with green chile stew, a traditional holiday dish. It generally consists of posole, pork, and red or green chile.

1. New Mexico is one of the 4 states that meet the Four Courners.

2. There are more cattle and sheep in the state than people.

3. The state foods are chili and frijol.

4. New Mexico is home to the Rio Grande and Pecos River two of the major rivers New Mexico has.

New Mexico is the 5th largest state in the United States.
The Spaniards used "horno" ovens to cook their foods. Today they're used to mainly make bread.

1. New Mexican cuisine includes pinto beans, chili, enchiladas, carne asada, posole, chicos, tacos and buritos.

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