TITLE

San Diego's salsa queen

AUTHOR(S)
Sabatini Jr., Frank
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Gay & Lesbian Times;1/6/2005, Issue 889, p52
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that San Diego, California-based lesbian Ticia Murphy makes homemade salsas from a recipe passed down from her Mexican mother and grandmother. Made with a base of tomatillos rather than tomatoes; Yellowish edible fruit of Mexican origin harvested from tomato husk plant; Roasting process; Blending of ingredients; Chili de arbol peppers; Habanero chilies.
ACCESSION #
15987126

 

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