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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

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My cousin has lived in South America since he joined the marines and married there. Your recipe is exactly how he showed me to make salsa! Wonderful fresh beautiful flavors!

Tanna,

Sometimes I think we miss a lot of the point of food by dressing it up and making it fancy. When you have fresh ingredients sometimes its best to let them shine. It really unbeatable when you have fresh, great tomatoes.

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