>  I, an Anglophone Texan, use "caliente" for
>  high-temperature food
>  and "picante" for peppery food.

I, an Anglophone Californian use "hot hot" for high temperature and
spicy hot for spicy food along with just plain hot for high heat and
spicy for peppery spicyness.


When I was in Querétaro, the family I stayed with used "picoso"
exclusively for "spicy".

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