I fell in love with salsa at a young age and I guess I came by it naturally. Dad loved it, too. In fact, I'll never forget the smell of sauteed garlic wafting through the house- a smoke signal for me to come help Dad get the ratios just right for his spicy concoction. I was the taste tester with the wooden spoon.
Nowadays, I make salsa in a food processor instead of a wok (my dad's appliance of choice). It's a little different than Dad's but I like it how I like it and what's funny is that we don't all like it the same. After many many jars of research, we've discovered that Jack prefers vinegar in his salsa while I find vinegared salsa to be offensive at worst and wildly inferior at best. I like vinegar. Just not in my salsa.
So it's taken us a while to find the right compromise but today, I did it- His and Hers batches o' salsa.
And with that in mind, go make your own "Hers" batch of salsa using Pioneer Woman's recipe (which is sort of what I do). Just add vinegar to make it