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Category Archives: salsa
Labor Day variations on a theme
I’ve been having a pretty good summer but I find myself in a quandary, which is troubling because I’m not even sure what a quandary is. But it seems I’ve just gotten started with summer dining fare and it’s already … Continue reading
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Salsa is as Salsa does
Couldn’t grill last night because we’ve had a couple or three days of rain and hail, so Mr. Weber’s feeling lonely. Summer is his time, not because that’s the only time you can grill but because all of the farmer’s … Continue reading
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Even the most die-hard vegan has to admit, you drive by a rib shack and the place just smells good. Might not be your cup of tea to actually eat, but the smell is like a slap of Vitalis, a … Continue reading
Georgia is the "peachtree" state?
Everyone knows the best peaches are grown on Colorado’s western slope. There’s something about the high altitude sun. (The whole state nickname thing always cracks me up. Georgia produces around 40 tons of peaches per year, while their neighbor South … Continue reading
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All of your salsa questions answered. Q. Should I use fresh or roasted veggies in my salsa?A. Yes.Try this next time: divide all of your ingredients in half, and roast half of them and put the rest in without benefit … Continue reading
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