here you have 1- "main salsa". 2-"smokey and spicy salsa". 3- "spiked fruity salsa". 4- "guacamole" salsa. your choice! this recipe was created by the "whine & cheese gang", --leslie--- cilantro "love of herbs". ncmysteryshopper--vodka the queen of mixed drinks. susie d-garlic many healthy properties. mama's kitchen-brown sugar to sweet! mommy diva - serrano! cause she too likes it spicy!! --laury-- - refreshing limes. brenda.- onion sweet and spicy she is all in one. chia - juicy ripe tomatoes. french tart - sun-dried tomatoes cos' she lives in the sun, have rosy cheeks when i drink too much and i have a dry sense of humour! **jubes**- for the love, love, love of tomatoes. megnbrycesmom - bright fruit like mango b/c she adores color pannan - soft and creamy avocado. peter j - cool as a cucumber pot scrubber - fresh cracked pepper salt and cumin for his spiciness. --rita---chipotle in adobo sauce i like it smokey hot! we put these all together and came out with this yummy recipes. for each of the last three salsa's use your taste buds to see how much of the main salsa to add. have fun creating your mixes. can't wait to see what you did!
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