This Guatemalan pepper is named for a town in the northern region of Alta Verapaz, where it's the base of kak'ik, a turkey stew that dates to the Mayans. Higgins dry-smokes it to add to home-cured salami. It's also a great alternative to jalapeño in pico de gallo.
Credit: Photograph by Michael Pirrocco
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