Fresh Tomato Salsa

3 ripe tomatoes chopped
Small bunch of cilantro finely chopped
1 onion chopped
1 jalepeno pepper seeded chopped (more or less peppers depending on how hot you want it.
also serranos or habenaros work as well)
1 clove garlic minced
1 splooch lemon juice
Dash Kosher salt

Green Salsa

6 Tomatillos (take off the papery husk or you'll be sad)
1 jalepeno pepper seeded chopped (more or less peppers depending on how hot you want it.
also serranos or habenaros work as well)
L iquify in food processor or blender with peppers
Small bunch of cilantro finely chopped
2 cloves garlic OPTIONAL (I like to use a small cheese grater and grate the garlic)
1 splooch lime juice
1 onion finely diced
Dash Kosher salt

Julio's Cucumber Salsa

I actually learned of this from my gardner, Julio back in California when I had a huge cucumber crop.

1 large cucumber seeded and chopped.
1 big splooch of lemon juice
1 chopped onion
1 bunch cilantro (optional) chopped
Dash of Kosher Salt

Instead of chopping everything, you can use a food processor if you'd like. I do.

What is a splooch? It’s bigger than a dash slightly smaller than a dollop.

 


 


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Rabbit Enchiladas
Traditional Carnitas
Other Uses for Carnitas
Unconventional Carnitas de Conejo
Guacamole
Fresh Salsa
Holla Tomatah Capris

Cocktails:
The Guadalupe
Giggling Grown Women Series
Mango Margaritas

 


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