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“It’s called ristras, which have the taco truck concept with the food but they put it inside a four cornered space.”
“The deputy director of the race says pilots are being asked to hang two chile ristras, or strings of dried chiles, from their balloons, which are to lift off Wednesday evening from Albuquerque.”
“We had enough super chiles from on plant to make two ristras.”
“The Mexican art forms of ristras, papel amate and papel picado by”
“You can get ristras like the chile peppers featured on the cover, as well as a variety of other colorful shapes, at Juanita Banana, Centro Artesanal, located on 16 de Setiembre in Ajijic.”
“These strings of papier-mâché items are known as ristras and are just one of several Mexican paper, art forms.”
“The Mexican art forms of ristras, papel amate and papel picado: Mexico Living”
“Inside the bag she carried what she really intended to wear to the interview: a tiny black skirt, sheer stockings painted with a viper breathing fire at the ankles, her T-strap patent leather high heels, and several scarves she folded artfully, then tied around her breasts, dropping a white sheer blouse over top and adding necklaces of varying lengths, dangling ristras and silver crosses.”
“Outside, shops sell goods like the ubiquitous bright red chile ristras (if you pack one very carefully in your suitcase you can get it home in one piece), to glassware etched with the Kokopelli -- a mystical spirit in the form of an Anasazi flute player -- that you see everywhere in New Mexico.”
“Far more common in the village are ristras - strings of drying red chile - and handmade signs urging people to vote Nov. 2.”
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