With his relocation to New Mexico, Curry quickly learned the importance of the Hatch Green Chile…less an ingredient and more a religion in these parts. “They put it on everything,” Curry says. “I like flavor and spice and all…but I’m still not used to it!” The Tumbleweed burger features a grilled Angus beef burger, ghost pepper cheese and a big poof of red chile cotton candy. “I don’t know where the cotton candy came from…but my favorite food combination is sweet and savory,” Curry says.
Fun team logos make these margs look space age.
This hot dog is a throwback from earlier in Curry’s career, at a ballpark in Sacramento, and features fried onion strings, blue cheese crumbles and chipotle-ranch.
Paying tribute to California’s meat cut of choice for barbecue, this tri tip sammie looks a bit like a Philly cheesesteak, but with barbecue sauce and onion rings.
Another burger goes straight for down-home comfort in the form of a buttermilk biscuit bun stacked with a one-third-pound burger patty, chicken strips and creamy country gravy
Another savory-sweet play on menu words, this poutine is sweet.
And this poutine is even sweeter, with the addition of sweet potatoes.
These are no ordinary chicken and waffles: There’s a sweet heat that comes from Mexican chocolate and green chiles worked into cornbread waffle batter and chicken that’s glazed with honey and sprinkled with ancho chile powdered sugar.
The iconic green chiles run the bases as an all-star ingredient with another menu item: this adorable batting helmet full of sweet-and-spicy fun.