Salsa without tears

Kummer, Corby
October 1996
Atlantic;Oct96, Vol. 278 Issue 4, p104
The article focuses on salsa, which is a relish or condiment made with onion, garlic, tomato, and chiles, in Mexican cuisine. The author discusses how chef Rick Bayless prepares garlic, tomatoes, and chiles for salsa, and discusses different kinds of chiles. The article also includes recipes for fresh salsa and tomato-chipotle salsa.


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