This authentic smoky salsa is wonderful on its own dunked with chips, used as a sauce for enchiladas or poured over meats or chicken cooked in the slow cooker.
Rebecca Lindamood is a something of a renaissance woman. She’s a cook, recipe developer, cooking instructor, pilates and barre fitness instructor, and a freelance writer who runs the successful blog Foodie With Family, she’s a mom to five boys (who she homeschools), and she’s got a heck of a sense of humor. Basically, she’s a woman after our own hearts. And we love that we can always rely on her blog as a source of inspired creations, complete candor, and lots of laughs.
If all that weren’t enough, Rebecca just released her first cookbook, Not Your Mama’s Canning Book: Modern Canned Goods and What to Make With Them, and ever since we got our hands on it, we’ve been elbow-deep in Ball jars, farmer’s market produce, and tradition. Needless to say, we’re bonkers for this book.
Not only does Rebecca’s book feature canning basics and tips, as well as a slew of canning recipes, but she also conveniently includes almost 40 recipes for dishes to make with your canned goods! Curry Cauliflower Pickles or Brown Sugar Bourbon Peaches, anyone?Read More about Smoky Roasted Salsa with Not Your Mama’s Canning Book