Any suggestions for a locally made salsa would be appreciated
My two favorites:
1) Curt's - http://www.curtssalsa.com/
2) Salsa Lisa - http://www.salsalisa.com/
Both make GREAT hot salsas and both are available at most local grocery stores.
One of my new favs: Firehouse Salsa from Jordan
I haven't seen it any place other than the grocery store in Jordan, and I wasn't able to find a website either...
Piggy-backing off of this, are there any favorites for edgy-hot salsas? Come July/August, I can make my own, but I've had a hankering for the heat.
Not local and maybe not edgy-hot, but Mrs. Renfros green jalapeno salsa has got some kick.
Not sure if it fits the bill, but Curt's Triple Hot is as good as I've ever had for a HOT salsa. Great flavor with a serious kick.
Lisa's "Real Hot" is good too, although I find the heat overwhelms the flavor a bit.
Both are very good, though, if you haven't tried them.
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