Sunday, September 28, 2008

Salsa Making

Salsa making is a wonderful fall tradition. Its a whole day activity of picking tomatoes, an array of hot and sweet peppers, chopping lots of onions, garlic, peeling and dicing everything. The air is filled with the smoky heat of roasting peppers. We start by making a wood fire in the fire pit. As the peppers are fire roasted they are put into a covered pot, then peeled. Then everything is cooked together for hours on the stove. Opening a jar of salsa in the winter is heavenly, sending me right back to this perfect early fall day !!

5 comments:

Cathy said...

Yippee salsa ala orb weaver... can't wait to have that in January. Great pics and can't wait for the menu section and more news from you orb weaving women....love, Cath

Marjorie Susman said...

thanks Cath, for your wonderful comments. This could be fun.

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Marjorie Susman said...

it did, pops.... god job

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