She said all of the terms for the different curly feathered birds were confusing.
I asked about the frizzle sizzle name and explained my understanding. She said that her definition came from a different breeder. She said they told her a sizzle is the child of a silkie crossed with a different breed. It would have all the silkie aspects (5 toes, black skin, walnut comb) with the feathers of the other chicken. Then said that most breeders are much farther in generations than she is and they breed sizzle to sizzle to perfect the breed.
She said that most people call them "smooth sizzle" or "frizzle sizzle" to help the confusion. She, unfortunately, never called them smooth sizzles and I didn't think about it until after the fact.
At least I know for next time.
Here's a picture of my new chicks: