Salsa Recipe



Mondays are busy days here on the farm. Here the girls are helping bake bread. We baked 8 loaves of bread to last us the week.


Alyssa made her famous Ranch Goat Cheese. It is so good on salad. It’s a healthy replacement for dressing as well.


We made Salsa using fresh ingredients from our farm. I really don’t like to go to the store for anything. We’ve adapted our recipe from Cousin Jim’s and Dorcas Bender’s recipes. They both make great salsa!

12 large tomatoes, quartered

10 cloves of garlic

2 small jalapenos

a bunch of cilantro

2 tsp. salt

one small yellow onion

one small red onion

I add 9 of the tomatoes to the blender one quarter at a time, I add the rest of the ingredients except 3 tomatoes, and the onions to the blender and blend.

I use the food processer to chop the rest of the tomatoes and the onions.

I add it all together, taste test, add any additional ingredients needed.

Makes about 8 cups salsa.

I hope you all enjoy!


We also canned pizza sauce today. So for dinner, we had pasta with the additional sauce.

All for Him, Cynthia

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