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- n. Alternative spelling of jalapeño.
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- n. hot green or red pepper of southwestern United States and Mexico
- n. plant bearing very hot and finely tapering long peppers; usually red
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Helps to read the fine print on the menu, even in Italian jalapeno is the same.
I like the 2 or 3 ingredient style too-a pickled jalapeno is a must!
If fresh jalapeno is always like that then I guess I would prefer Thai green chiles.
I love queso mixed with salsa, and nachos, and the combination of corn, cheese and jalapeno is priceless!
Elise of Simply Recipes recently taught me how to tell a mild jalapeno from a hot one, so I'll start with mild and work my way up.
Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company is stuffing toothsome morsels of deboned thankfully and grilled muskrat into a jalapeno, which is then deep fried.
Burgers are dressed to order with fresh toppings, and condiments, such as jalapeno peppers, pickles and hot sauce, are available.
Cinnamon rolls and snuggies with my parents, gossip at Mamaw's and a fifty person Christmas extravaganza complete with camouflage blankets, pocket knives and some kind of jalapeno jelly mess.
I noticed a sign advertising some kind of jalapeno burger with the words "sezur na ostro" which I can only imagine is Polish for blow your bowels up.
Gomen, collard greens; Shimbura Asa, garbanzo bean puree; Souf Fifit, sunflower seed puree with jalapeno, red onions, olive oil and lemon juice, Azifa, smashed lentils dosed with a kind of mustard, and a green Ethiopian salad $7 & 14.
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