Q: You obviously named your restaurant after the hottest pepper on earth. With the recent discovery of the Tezpur chili, the habanero stands to fall to second place, and who wants to name a place after the second-hottest pepper? Will you change your restaurant's name and the menu?
A: No, we're going to stick with the name Habanero Blue.In Mexico, we eat a lot of peppers, but there is also a lot of talk. Indians eat much hotter peppers and much hotter dishes.We're going to start making [bottled salsa under the Habanero Blue name] again in a couple of months. The superhot was our best seller. I would be interested in trying the Indian pepper in this salsa.