33 Quarts Later…

4 Responses

  1. Newlyfrugal says:

    Congrats on making so much salsa! It looks delicious. Would you care to share the recipe? How long can you keep homemade salsa before it goes bad?

  2. Kayla K says:

    It IS delicious! Mom uses some complex system of ratios for the peppers and tomatoes and then adds sugar, cumin, Tabasco, onion, black beans, and corn until it tastes “right.” My job mostly was chopping and peeling. We processed our salsa in a water-bath canner so it will stay good for a year. It could probably be longer but we always eat it up for the next salsa season!

  3. Jorgy says:

    Hi Kayla, just wondering if you would check out my new (and almost finished) blog? It covers frugal living ideas to include budgeting, meals, travel and decorating as my husband and I try to pay off our mortgage and get ready for big upcoming changes. I’ve been a military mom for the past 25 years and will be retiring in a little over 3 more with hopes to be able to devote much more time to writing my family’s story. I’d love to have you comment on the content and share any of the info as you go along. Keep up the good work and thanks for the inspiration!
    Regards -Jorgy @ http://www.nanscommoncents.wordpress.org

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