I have boiled, roasted and grilled more tomatoes, peppers and garlic trying to find the perfect salsa I get my favorite Mexican restaurant. While I came up with some pretty good salsas, this is finally it. The color and consistency tipped me off as to where I was going astray. And while I had to move away from the fresh tomatoes, it was worth it.
This salsa can be made by anyone that owns a decent knife & a cutting board. You don't need to know a thing about cooking, just know how to chop. I've had just 4 people eat the entire batch, it was so good. It tastes even better the next day!
This version of guacamole has a fresh taste and a bit of a bite.
A fresh, fiery salsa that is spicy, but not ridiculous.
A quick and easy guacamole recipe.
A hefty helping of spices like cumin and chili powder mix up with mayonnaise for a creamy guac with lots of flavor.
Peas stretch out this guacamole recipe for a slightly less fatty dip.
This classic hummus recipe makes for an easy appetizer--or build off of it to create a hummus in your own style.
Whenever you get your hands on fresh pineapple, you'll want to make this tasty, easy salsa.
An easy salsa recipe for a large Super Bowl party or man cave gathering.
Basil and tomato blend perfectly in this completely unspicy salsa.
Fresh and tasty salsa thats easy to make
This recipe for quacamole is quick and easy. It makes a small yield, so it is perfect for use on fajitas, burgers, or tacos.
New to the cheese log world? Start with this simple cheese log recipe. You may love it and never want to change--or use it as a base for your own masterpiece.
Need a hearty, easy football appetizer? Dump these ingredients in your slow cooker a couple of hours before game time, and make your last-minute fantasy football picks while it heats up.
An easy make ahead vegetarian appetizer for your next football party. Plenty of taste for meat eaters thanks to cumin and cheese.
A hot hors d'oeuvre appetizer dish great for barbeques, parties and other get-togethers. Not for the faint of heart or soft of taste buds.
An easy appetizer and a great melding of Island and Asian cooking styles.
Do yourself a flavor and throw out that store-bought stuff. This is the real deal, powered by lime juice, fresh cilantro, and habanero pepper. Respect the habanero--it can and will hurt you! I dump this stuff on nachos, smear it on pizza, fold it in my omlette, and put it in my chili. Legends are made when you add additional habanero peppers!