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Farmer's Market Salsa

BotchBotch Posts: 3,037
One of my favorite things about late summer/early fall are the Farmer's Markets.  Ogden's is getting better year by year, here's my haul from this morning:
 
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The package on the left was a "Salsa kit", which I thought was kinda clever (it was actually a clever way to sell produce that had blemishes, but only the onion was unusable.)  It included tomatoes, three different kinds of chiles, the onion, and three cloves of garlic.
I cut half of the tomatoes in half and threw them in the smoker along with the chiles and another onion; the other half of the tomatoes I kept fresh.
 
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I took the tomatoes off after they got soft with just a little char, and continued to cook the peppers until the skins were black.  Steamed them in a dish covered with Saran Wrap to loosen the skins:
 
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Zipped everything together in the food processor along with some salt and a bit of olive oil.  The hickory smoke really made this salsa, yum.  I need more chips!  
 
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Now, does anyone have a good recipe for baby bok choy on the Egg?  Got that bunch for $1.  
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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 7,806
    edited August 2013

    Nice looking salsa reg bok choy, I cut down the center lengthwise little 
    Italian Dressing some soy if you want s/p and flip a few times 'til wilted.

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