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Question #1

This mexican chile pepper is also known as "Birds Beak Chile"

Question #2

This pepper is named after the Mexican town Xalapa

Question #3

This plant is closely related to the Cape Gooseberry or Aztec Berry

Question #4

This pepper is similar to the Guajillo Chile, only smaller and more potent

Question #5

These peppers are tiny, brilliantly red when ripe, grow wild in Mexico, and are almost 10 times hotter than a jalapeno

Question #6

This pepper variety is actually a smoked jalapeno, and is much like a Chipotle, but smaller and more fiery

Question #7

This plant was used as an antiseptic to prevent gangrene during World War 1 and World War 2

Question #8

This chile is the second most popular chile of Mexico surpassed only by the Ancho

Question #9

The largest producer of this pepper is Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula

Question #10

The best place in Northern Michigan to experience all of the peppers of The Pepper Challenge in some Amazing Salsa