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Burning Our Palate

i never really cared for spicy dishes until hubby introduced me to the hot sauce back in college. after that, the search for heat in our dishes has always been a must. of course hubby, the veteran that he is, loves his food really hot while i just like it mild.

last night the new episode of CSI Vegas was available for our viewing and so we decided to munch on nachos and some home made salsa.

now, if it was just all up to me, i would grab some ready made salsa in the grocery and have been content with that.  but because hubby is more adventurous, he decided to get canned stewed tomatoes and a bottle of jalapeno.


i thought i would research for salsa recipes but hubby decided to just experiment


no recipe needed, hubby chopped onions


placed them in them in the blender with the jalapeno


and then dunked the stewed tomatoes in the mixture and hit the pulse button


it looked alright as we transferred the mixture into our bowl.  and as hubby sampled his little experiment, a smile crept onto his lips and i knew he did well!


…oh, the new episode of CSI was pretty interesting, much better than the disappointing 200th episode if i may say!

April 16, 2009 - Posted by | Gastronomic experience | , , , , ,


  1. wow, i’ve never made salsa before, but this looks do-able 😉 thanks for sharing!

    Comment by caryn | April 16, 2009 | Reply

  2. Yummy! I miss jalapenos! I haven’t had them in awhile. 🙂 That salsa looks delish!

    Comment by toni | April 17, 2009 | Reply

  3. There’s nothing better than chips, salsa and CSI! 😎

    Comment by Tangled Noodle | April 18, 2009 | Reply

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