Look who I found! Love your photos and I look forward to coming back to read more of your story.
Wonder if we ever got that brown envelope. Seems vaguely familiar. One thing I know for sure--Keith has never made salsa. Can I put in an order for some and if you make it up here, what are the delivery charges???
Both good things!!!
That salsa looks so delicious! I just made some salsa last week with fresh tomatoes from the garden. There is nothing better than fresh salsa in the good ole summertime. Congrats on getting your brown envelope. With the wait taking so long these days, any news is good news.
I added you to my blog list. I hope you don't mind. :)
I agree! Exciting stuff. And that salsa looks delish!
I was just wondering about that yesterday and was going to email you and Verna about that. How funny! I'd love to get one again!I want salsa too.....I'll pay for shipping and time ti make it! ;)
YUMMIE ! That salsa looks great.Any progress or news from China is good. :)
Hey, with the slow process, any small step is one to celebrate! The salsa looks yummy! You need to post his recipe!
Congratulations on the brown envelope! Even if it doesn't mean "anything", I'm sure it's great to have some communication. And I assume the salsa is made from home-grown veggies! I remember your garden in GR and how much time Joe spent on it!
yay for the brown envelope!! And yum, when can we come over??
what a totally rockin day! The salsa looks heavenly! I might have to make some myself.
Yay and Yum!!! Yeah, we all know it means nothing but it made me think..Hey, someone in China knows I am coming!!!
Yummm! From your own garden?And wow, we haven't gotten ours yet! Maybe it's coming...like you said it's ok if it doesn't, but it's still fun to get something from China.
I got the same envelope yesterday! I was so excited until I opened it and saw it was nothing too important. Oh well, maybe next time! The salsa looks wonderful! That's my favorite food in the world. Wish we lived closer!! HaHa
Congrats on the brown envelope. Don't u wish it really meant something?Salsa looks great! We make it too fresh from our little garden. Love it during the summer time!
A very good day indeed!That Joe is something else! Wish we lived closer -- I would've brought the chips!
Wow - they both look great!!!
I hope your husband enjoys the salsa! My mom made my dad eggs this morning and yesterday, and he is still in shock, however, my mom does cook dinner. But, you get the point!I love your blog! Very Cute!
The recipe6 roma tomatoes4 jalapeno peppers2 small yellow bell peppers, can add green or red if you like. I just had them so I added the yellow.1 large onion1/2 bunch of fresh cilantro just leaves, can add more if you like juice from one lime2 tsp garlic1 tsp kosher salt (better than normal salt, doesn't leave a metal taste in the salsa)this is not a hot salsa you can add more peppers or additional types if you want. It is best to let it set for a day but good luck we ate half of it before I could even put it in the fridge.
YUM. LOVE homemade salsa! And brown envelopes!
Yay! Cool to get mail from China. We never received the brown envelope for Malia ... hope we get one for baby #2.Love the salsa!
yuuummmyy on the salsa ... Joe is nominated to make it for the next reunion ...anything from China is good when it comes to our daughters ...
Gotta love that big brown envelope! And that salsa looks yummy, i love me some mexican food!!!
OH, what a good day!!!!
Not only do I NEVER get any letters from China, I don't have anyone to make me homemade salsa, I'm very jealous.. :o)
Congrats on the big brown envelope. It made us feel so official when we got ours. Like you said "It's not everyday that you get mail from China". The salsa looks YUM-O.Hugs,Jonni
Salsa -- what a perfect dish for a spicy Hunan girl!! The other day we received our "new" I-171H after transferring our file from Detroit to Chicago -- an exciting day!! It makes it seem real again! :)
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