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Jalepenos

A mature jalapeño fruit is 2–4 in long, and is commonly picked and consumed while still green, but occasionally it is allowed to fully ripen and turn crimson red. Originating in Mexico, the jalapeño is a cultivar of the species Capsicum annuum, which usually grows as a bush about 24–47 in tall. It is named after Xalapa, Veracruz, where it was traditionally cultivated. About 160 km2 (40,000 acres) are dedicated for the cultivation in Mexico, primarily in the Papaloapan River basin in the center of the state of Veracruz and in the Delicias, Chihuahua, area.
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Caribe/ Yellow Wax

Caribe/Yellow Hots have in common is that they are pale yellow or pale green, and that most are triangular-shaped, with broad shoulders and tapered points. Some are hotter than Jalapenos, some are milder. They will be about 3 to 5 inches (7-12 cm) long and 1 1/2 inches (4 cm) wide. In the north of Mexico, it’s the Caribe chile: in the centre of Mexico, it’s the Caloro chile. Other chiles are also called “Güero Chiles.” Another type of dried Güero Chile takes on the name of “Guajillo Chile Pepper.”
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Anaheim

An Anaheim pepper is a mild variety of the New Mexico chili pepper. The name “Anaheim” derives from Emilio Ortega, a farmer who brought the seeds to the Anaheim, California, area in the early 1900s. They are also called California chile or Magdalena, and dried as chile seco del norte. Since Anaheim peppers originated from New Mexico, they are also sometimes known as New Mexico peppers.The chile “heat” of Anaheims typically ranges 500-2,500 on the Scoville Scale; however, typical cultivars grown in New Mexico range from 500-10,000 Scoville.
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Poblano (Pasilla)

The poblano is a mild chili pepper originating in the state of Puebla, Mexico. Dried, it is called ancho or ancho chile, from the Mexican Spanish name ancho (“wide”) or chile ancho (“wide chile”).[3][4] Stuffed fresh and roasted it is popular in chile relleno. While poblanos tend to have a mild flavor, occasionally and unpredictably, they can have significant heat. Different peppers from the same plant have been reported to vary substantially in heat intensity due to many different variables.
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Habanero

Habanero is a variety of chili pepper. When used in English, it is sometimes spelled (and pronounced) habañero, the tilde being added as a hyperforeignism (patterned after jalapeño). Unripe habaneros are green, and they color as they mature. Common colors are orange and red, but white, brown, yellow, and pink are also seen. Typically, a ripe habanero chili is 2 to 6 cm (0.8–2.4 in) in length. Habanero are very hot, rated 100,000–350,000 on the Scoville scale.
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Tomatillo

The tomatillo, known as the Husk Tomato or Mexican Husk Tomato, is a plant of the nightshade family, related to the cape gooseberry, bearing small, spherical and green or green-purple fruit of the same name. Tomatillos originated in Mexico and are a staple of Mexican cuisine. Tomatillos are grown as annuals throughout the Western Hemisphere. Even though tomatillos are sometimes called “green tomatoes”, they should not be confused with green, unripe tomatoes (tomatoes are in the same family, but a different genus).
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Zucchini

Zucchini or courgette is a summer squash which can reach nearly a meter in length, but which is usually harvested at half that size or less. Along with certain other squashes and pumpkins, it belongs to the species Cucurbita pepo. Zucchini can be dark or light green. In a culinary context, zucchini is treated as a vegetable; it is usually cooked and presented as a savory dish or accompaniment. Botanically, however, zucchini is a fruit, being the swollen ovary of the zucchini flower. Zucchini, like all squash, has its ancestry in the Americas.
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Yellow S/Neck

Straightneck squash (one of several cultivated Cucurbita pepo) is a type of summer squash that is usually yellow-colored. It is also known as yellow summer squash, this squash grows on vined plants reaching 60–90 cm (2.0–3.0 ft) in height that thrive in mild weather. It is well known as an item in American cooking where it is fried, microwaved, steamed, boiled, or baked. A good yellow summer squash will be small and firm with tender skin free of blemishes and bruising.
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Serrano

The serrano pepper is a type of chili pepper that originated in the mountainous regions of the Mexican states of Puebla and Hidalgo.
The name of the pepper is a reference to the mountains (sierras) of these regions. Mature serrano pepper plants reach a height of 1.5 to 5.0 ft tall. Each plant can hold up to 50 pepper pods. The fruit can be harvested while they are green or ripe.
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