I think when we mention eating Chile's, most people think of the Jalapeño. I do think it is the most popular Chile here in the United States. But guy's there are thousands of Chile's to choose from. Granted you may have to grow them yourself or maybe get them from a local grower. You don't have to like hot pepper to enjoy something different. There are so many sweet variety's, and I am not just talking Bell pepper either. I can tell you, for me Bell and Jalapeño Chile's taste real grassy after eating some of the other Chile's. I do like both hot Chile's and sweet Chile's. I like the jalapeño but don't do the bells. Bell's are OK if they are red and roasted, green and raw are just nasty. By the way a green Chile is one that is not ripe yet. So don't be afraid to venture out and enjoy good a Chile.
I will post some of my favorite Chile photos soon.