Suzi's Blog

Pecan Chipotle Salsa

In the coming weeks, leading up to the Super Bowl, there will be chips and salsa aplenty. You can treat yourself, and any family or friends, to a salsa combination you almost surely have never had before. Here pecans and chipotles merge for a slow-building heat. This recipe, from Tacos, Tortas, and Tamales by Roberto…

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Easy Tomatillo Avocado Salsa from Fresh Mexico

  There are times when I just crave the tartness of a green salsa. And many of those times, I’m impatient. I want it NOW. I could seek counseling for my inability to deal with  need and want. Or I can pick up a can of tomatillos. I choose the can. Although you can make…

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Roasted Tomatillo and Cilantro Salsa [with Avocado, Too!]

“These will all take a week,” the man said. His wife frowned. “We’ve been everywhere,” she said. “Where have you been?” I asked. Suzen and I were at Adams Fairacres Market in Kingston, New York in search of avocados. Avocados that could be used the same day. “We went to Sam’s Club and Walmart,” the…

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Super Bowl Idea: Brian’s Spicy Mango Salsa

If I say “salsa” what crosses your mind?  To most of us, the “salsa” word immediately pulls up an image of something red, hot, and sitting on a chip.  It’s as if Karl Marx were the Chief Salsa maker with the motto: “Salsas of the world, unite!” Thank God for diversity.  There is a world…

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