- From Spanish habanero. (Wiktionary)
- American Spanish, of Havana (from the theory that it originated in Cuba), from (La) Habana, Havana. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I see that the OED definition number 3 for the word habanero reads”
“In any case, I’m pretty sure I’d rather get a colonoscopy with a red-hot poker dipped in habanero salsa than see this.”
“This is not as inauthentic as it sounds, actually, because the habanero is a close relative of Cuban sweet peppers ajÃ dulce, a.k.a. ajÃ cachucha.”
“The Pepper Garden, "All the C. chinense species are often referred to as habanero, but that appellation is a misnomer because literally hundreds of pod types exist”
“The name habanero refers to a specific pod type from the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. ”
“The habanero is the hottest chile pepper you'll find in your local grocery stores, and they are very, very hot.”
“It might not be a coincidence that Stougaard - a fan of chiles such as habanero and”
“The kitchen at Finnegan's turns out inventive interpretations of traditional pub fare, such as habanero-marinated chicken wings or "Irish nachos" - pork, bacon, cheese and salsa atop waffle-fried potatoes.”
“I normally visit it only a few times a year but each time I cruise each and every aisle carefully, looking for rare commodities such as habanero hot chili sauce to give friends!”
“Use hotter peppers, such as habanero, cayenne (no more than 1 each), Thai, jalapeno or Serrano.”
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