How to Can Homemade Salsa

Now that you’ve learned the simplicity of canning both sweet and dill pickles, let’s move on to salsa! Yes, you can learn how to can homemade salsa to enjoy all fall and winter long. Using picked-from-the-vine tomatoes along with other fresh ingredients your salsa will have spectacular flavor. If you did not grow any of the ingredients, visit a local farmer’s market. Page’s Homemade Salsa 8 quart jars 8 quarts of tomatoes (about 7 pounds of tomatoes) pickling salt 6 {Read More}

About Page Hughes

Page Hughes is a Jesus loving party girl who is always ready to have fun! She has been married to Dr. Les Hughes for over 30 years and they reside in Alabaster, Alabama. Les and Page have been blessed with 4 amazing children and 4 fabulous grand children who are the source of many great illustrations. Page loves people well through ministering to their hurts, cooking delicious meals, and partying with the purpose of leading others to a deeper relationship with Jesus. Page’s goal in life is to go to heaven when she dies and take as many people as she can with her.

Page’s Salsa

Do you have more tomatoes than you know what do with these days? Homemade salsa is fabulous! Give this one a try. 6 to 8 medium tomatoes 1 small onion Teaspoon of minced garlic 3-4 small jalapeno peppers 1/2 small bunch of cilantro 1 can of diced Rotel (store brand is fine) 1/2 small can of tomato paste 1 to 2 tablespoons salt and 1 tablespoon sugar Chop vegetables finely and stir in remaining ingredients. Let sit an least an {Read More}

About Page Hughes

Page Hughes is a Jesus loving party girl who is always ready to have fun! She has been married to Dr. Les Hughes for over 30 years and they reside in Alabaster, Alabama. Les and Page have been blessed with 4 amazing children and 4 fabulous grand children who are the source of many great illustrations. Page loves people well through ministering to their hurts, cooking delicious meals, and partying with the purpose of leading others to a deeper relationship with Jesus. Page’s goal in life is to go to heaven when she dies and take as many people as she can with her.

Ro-tel Salsa

Love spicy food? Love easy recipes?  Have I got just the thing for you! This salsa has been a big hit in my home for several years now.  The recipe is super simple and can easily be adjusted to suit your family’s tastebuds.  Be prepared though, it’s gobbled up quickly and they will want more. 2 cans original Ro-tel tomatoes (10 oz) 1 fresh medium jalapeno pepper, finely chopped1 medium onion, finely chopped Juice from 1 lime (about 2 tablespoons) {Read More}

About Tracey Cagle

My God brought me out of a pit of my own creation and blessed me beyond my wildest dreams. I am a second wife to my high school sweetheart and mother of four. I work part-time for a market research company and full-time as chauffeur, chef, and cheerleader to the children. I am active in my church home, where I teach a women's Sunday school class and facilitate bible studies. I enjoy volunteering. I write children's stories and have been rejected by some of the most renowned publishing companies in America. My daughter tells me Dr. Seuss was rejected on 17 submissions so I still have a way to go.

Crunchy Sopapillas with Strawberry Salsa

Surprise guests with this refreshing strawberry salsa and yummy sopapillas at your July 4th picnic. Easy to make and delicious to eat! Sopapilla ingredients: 1 package flour tortillas Cooking spray Cinnamon and sugar mix Instructions: Spray both sides of each tortilla with cooking spray.  Cut into triangular wedges with a pizza cutter.  Dredge each wedge in the cinnamon/sugar mix.  Bake on a cookie sheet at 350 F for about 5 minutes.  Turn the chips over with tongs and cook 5 {Read More}

About Molly Evert

Writer Molly Evert is a wife and homeschooling mom to 6 kids, who range in age from 2 to 18. She runs an educational website, My Audio School (http://www.myaudioschool.com), providing access to the best in children's audio literature. She also blogs at CounterCultural Mom (http://www.counterculturalmom.com) and CounterCultural School (http://www.counterculturalschool.com).