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For what it’s worth, here’s how I make salsa. I cut roma tomatos crosswise, and then remove the gelatenous pulp and seeds before dicing. To do this, I gently squeeze the tomato halves over the sink as if I were juicing a lemon, and then flip them to get the seeds out. I use a little bit of white onion (a little bit of onion goes a long way, IMO). I simmer the ingredients for a few minutes to soften them up. This also serves to make the harsh flavors of the onion, cilantro, and jalapeno milder, and blends them to make the flavor more homogeneous.
While most of these breads would be familiar on their own—think carrot, or pecan—it’s when you add in the peaches that this recipe gets really interesting. It gets so interesting, in fact, that this recipe won first place in a peach cooking contest. That’s because you don’t normally expect to find peaches baked into bread, but once you’ve had a bite of this delicious baked delight you’ll wonder how you got by for so long without it. Think of this aromatic recipe as a twist on classic carrot cake with pecans and peaches. It is fragrant with the aroma of nutmeg and cinnamon, crunchy with the pecans, and sweet with the carrots and peaches. You’ll every mouthful.
But I really didn’t plan to talk about Myla today…..the story I wanted to share with you is about Nora! I’ll never forget one of my early experiences of being away from her. She was just starting on baby food and I left her home with Jorden while I took the older two shopping at Costco with my mom. In the middle of our hour long shopping trip, I got a phone call from a very panicked Jorden, telling me that Nora was gagging and throwing up the peaches he had been feeding her and wondering when I would be home.
In many regions of Mexico the term refers to any of a variety of salads (including fruit salads), salsa, or fillings made with tomato, tomatillo, avocado, orange, jícama, cucumber, papaya, or mild chilis. The ingredients are tossed in lime juice and either hot sauce or chamoy, then sprinkled with a salty chili powder.
This is such an informative post from your suggestion of using lime and cilantro oil to the substitution suggestions if needed for cilantro! Thank you for offering such a great forum. I love to add fresh peaches to our salsa, made very similar to yours.
I needed salsa for burrito bowls I was making for dinner. Unfortunately I had run out and did not want to wake my sleeping toddler to run to the store. Fortunately I had all the ingredients I needed for this salsa! Yummy! And so much better than store bought!
Looking for a party-perfect treat that’s a cut above the classic fruit-filled cobbler? Consider it found. These Blackberry-Peach Cobbler Bars are a bite-sized, grab-and-go favorite that get rave reviews from our online reviewers. Fresh blackberries and fresh firm, ripe peaches get baked together into a bar that is topped with a crunchy pecan streusel. Given that a little bourbon is mixed in, this dessert checks many of the boxes for our favorite things: bourbon, pecans, and peaches, making it an instant Southern classic. You’ll think so to from the moment you have your first bite. Grab a bar and settle in for a sweet treat.
 Well, we’re kind of in that stage with Myla right now….and we have a wedding coming up this weekend. Not just any wedding, but my amazing friend Tanya’s wedding…..one of the last of my friends to get married. Needless to say, I’d love a little time away from her! Luckily, my parents will be there, ready to help. And with a little luck, any time I do have away from her will be mostly amazing (and only a little bit nerve racking!!)
How about roasting the tomatillos in a very hot skillet first…cast iron works the best. I like the addition of garlic and onions too, all the better if you roast those as well. This roasting adds so much depth to the flavor!
Paired with sweet cinnamon chips, this fruit salsa is quickly gobbled up by friends and family. It makes a nice addition to a brunch buffet. Plus it’s a great snack. —Margaret McNeil, Germantown, Tennessee
Peach and basil pair incredibly well, and they are refreshing summer that you can pair with many of your other summer favorites. Whisk the two together with brown sugar, balsamic vinegar, and olive oil to get this delicious topping for summer salads, grilled meats, or other summer fruits. You might also toss this vinaigrette on some fresh summer tomatoes straight from the farmers’ market, or on a succulent, green spinach salad. Since there is no cook time, you can whip up this recipe for lunch, or have it ready in a snap for an impromptu dinner party. Just think of the possibilities!
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Hey guys, I just posted the recipe above and I want to correct an error – Duh! I said yellow or RED onion. I MEANT yellow or white onion. I guess I was thinking no red onion and the thought went to my fingers.
1. In a bowl, stir together the cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, jalapeno pepper, onion, garlic, lime& lemon juice, cilantro (or parsley) , dill, and salt. Cover and refrigerate for at least  1-2 hour. Serve with tortilla chips, use as a topped for grilled chicken, fish or my favorite…. on top of my morning eggs!

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