Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Use all those too ripe tomatoes, questionable hot peppers and small onions and roast them into an incredible spicy red salsa. No recipe needed, just your taste buds!
This salsa recipe allows you to decide the ratio of peppers to onions that you want in your salsa. Pretty great to get some choices and still have a recipe safe for canning!
Thai Salsa: pineapple, mango and Thai chilis all roasted into an unbeatable salsa.
There is nothing that compares to freshly made salsa. You can make restaurant quality salsa in just a few minutes at home.
Another sweet and hot passion with grapey grapes, tomatoey tomatoes and sweetly hot peppers. Fermented salsa to preserve summer for months to come.
The end of summer means a fantastic bounty of fresh garden produce. This spectacular salsa is a great way use of some of your harvest!
Fresh Peaches, Tomatoes and Honey combine to form this wonderfully sweet salsa.
Two contrasting dips for a July Fourth Barbecue
Combine two chilis (serrano and jalepeno) for this stupendous salsa to accompany all your favorite dishes. (Try it on your mornings eggs!)
This chicken and black bean soup uses a spicy base of homemade roasted tomato-chile salsa to get the party started.