- The Southwest – including Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada – has a unique culture.
- The food is a blend of Mexican and Native American cuisines, so frybread and red and green chile sauce are popular.
- People in the Southwest also use the word “haboob.”
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There’s also red chile sauce, and when ordering New Mexican food, you’ll be asked if you want green chile, red chile, or Christmas, which is both green and red.
They are usually made of sun-dried mud and have thick walls, rounded exteriors, square windows, and heavy wood accents. These houses are built to keep temperatures low inside and to blend in with the landscape.
But Southwesterners stay in Lake Havasu City for the lakefront and hiking trails.
The figure is then burned and people get to watch their suffering burn up as well.