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  • FortWorthGuy

    This is a great blog…I check it often. The recipe sounds great and simple. I would suggest Fiesta Mart for the chiles. They probably will have them in bulk.

  • Jeannie

    Agree. I like Homesick Texan. That ice cream sounds delish.

  • Steven Doyle

    Janice at Parigi said yesterday that this was her new favorite pepper.

  • Avid Eater

    a guajillo is a chile, not a pepper.

  • http://sidedish.wpengine.com Nancy Nichols

    Avid, it is my understanding that the term is interchangeable. If the pepper is dried it is referred to as a chile. If I’m wrong, let me know.

  • Scott–DFW

    Chile is just Spanish for pepper (i.e., Capsicum), whether fresh or dried. Though I’d probably use “chile,” there’s nothing wrong with Nancy’s use of “guajillo pepper.”