Latest Salsa Stories
By Lisa Ackleson Daily Herald Staff Writer David Koelling of Lake Barrington, twice nominated for Inc. Magazine's entrepreneur of the year award, never thought about being a chef when he was younger. He attended Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.
By David Steinberg Journal Staff Writer Trombonist Cesar Bauvallet thinks of his 15-year-old salsa band Son Como Son as a little school of selfimprovement. The musicians in the Albuquerque band have learned how to play salsa in its many forms, and they always want to get better at it.
By DAVID SANDERS DANCERS SHOW OFF THEIR MOVES AT SUMMER EXPO It was hot outside, but it was even hotter inside.
By Valerie Phillips Deseret News Home canning is making a comeback, as rising grocery prices have spurred people to stretch their food budgets. Jarden Home Brands reports a 28 percent increase in the company's Ball canning products since 2007.
By David Sanders, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Aug. 7--It was hot outside, but it was even hotter inside.
By Patrick Ferrucci, New Haven Register, Conn. Aug. 1--"Oh wow," says singer Michael Stuart, "when I was young, all I'd listen to is heavy metal, things like Metallica, Kiss, Motley Crue, Stryper. Iron Maiden, just very hardcore stuff.
By Amanda Schoenberg Journal Staff Writer As the government connects the dots between raw jalapeo peppers and a salmonella outbreak that has sickened nearly 1,300 people, New Mexico cooks may worry about that batch of homemade salsa in the refrigerator.
Only jalapeno peppers grown in Mexico seem to be implicated in the nationwide salmonella outbreak, the government announced yesterday in clearing the U.S. crop.
By Ramon Renteria, El Paso Times, Texas Jul. 29--SAN ELIZARIO -- Rodolfo Stewart recently stopped at Baldo's Produce roadside stand along Socorro Road to stock up on fruit and vegetables. This day, Stewart bypassed the crate containing jalapeno peppers.
Only jalapeno peppers grown in Mexico are implicated in the nationwide salmonella outbreak, the government announced Friday in clearing the U.S. crop.
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.