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7/3/08 11:48 P

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It sounds delicious. I usually buy the fresh salsa, drain the juice, add frsh cilantro and lime juice.

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7/3/08 11:39 P

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This is something I just made up this morning and took to work to enjoy with vegetarian nachos (that I also made). Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe. It was so simple. Our local grocer carries a fresh salsa that is really good.

1 cup store bought pre-made salsa (more like pico de gallo)
1 small pkg fresh raspberries
1 nectarine, diced
1 med Fuji apple, diced (don't peel)
1 tsp lime juice

Gently toss all ingredients together.

The apple is for crunch. The nectarine is for a little sweet counterbalance to the heat of the jalapeno in the salsa. The raspberries are for a little sweet tartness and color.

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