One Jar of Three Sisters Salsa 1/2 cup of water 1/2 cup of tomato juice
Then What Do I Do?
Mix together in a soup pan on medium heat, stir and cook for 20 minutes! You can add some fresh grated cheese or some sour cream - be creative! It is delicious!Three Sisters-2

Quinoa saladIngredients

1 cup of organic Quinoa cooked and cooled 1/2 - 1 jar of A Bit of a Bite Salsa - Three Sisters flavor Avocado Organic Grape tomaotes Smoked Paprika

Then What do I do?

Mix together the salsa and quinoa  and let set for a few hours to blend flavors. Garnish with tomatoes,avocado and paprika!

My sister who lives in Wisconsin was tellng me about her husband that when there is a Packer game she has to make this appetizer.  He said that every time she makes it the Green Bay Packers win!  He has decided that this particular snack is somehow a "Lucky Charm" for the Packers!  So lucky charm or not this is an incredible delicious layered dip! The ingredients just sing out to you and say dig in -- it's game time!



1 can of re-fried beans

1 avocado mashed with your spices (or 8 oz. guacamole)

1 8 oz. sour cream or plain greek yogurt mixed with taco seasoning

Pour 3/4 jar of A Bit of a Bite Salsa (your favorite flavor)

Sprinkle grated cheddar cheese (or your favorite cheese) over top

Sprinkle chopped black olives and red peppers (optional) on top


Then what do I do?

Dip with your favorite chips or crackers.  🙂

Let the game begin and your team may win! (Unless they are playing the Packers)!


Life is for loving and eating my salsa!   





  Today was a busy day - we all have them. No time to cook and I want something quick and healthy for dinner.  Grab an avocado and some A Bit of a Bite Salsa pop out the seed, scoop in the salsa, get a spoon and have at it.  A delight to my palette! Avocado is good for your heart, has vitamin B6 and folic acid, helps lower your cholesterol, promotes eye health, regulates blood sugar levels - on and on!  When you add my salsa that is all natural, GMO free delicious Ohio tomatoes, zucchini and organic spices - just how can you go wrong!
"Life is for loving and eating my salsa!"  Peg



Free Range Chicken Tenderloin cut in cubes
Garlic and herb spices
soft shell tacos
Grated cheese
Red Beans with rice
A Bit of a Bite Salsa - your favorite flavor

How do I make it?

Saute the chicken chunks with the garlic and spice. Warm the soft taco shell, add your toppings and finish it off with A Bit of a Bite Salsa! That's the bite I'm talking about.  🙂                      

Then what do I do?

Oh my savor the flavor.
                Thanks Randy M.

My son called me from his work tonight and said "Mom guess what happened?"  to which I replied - what?  "Remember I brought a jar of salsa to my friend's Dad?  He stopped into work tonight and said how much he liked your salsa and he even gave me a recipe on how he used it!"  So my friends here is the recipe from Scott and he named it the Scooter Burger!
1 pound of ground round
1/4 cup of A Bit of a Bite Salsa -Melissa Medium
Salt and pepper to your liking
  How do I make it?
Mix it all together in a bowl, mold it into patties and grill away!
  Then what do I do?
Holy Cow enjoy this amazing Scooter Burger!  Thanks Scott D.
  "Life is for loving and eating my salsa!"     Peg  



3-4 cups Cooked Chicken or Turkey
1 Onion chopped
1 can Green Chilies
Cumin (to your liking)
Cayenne pepper ( as much as needed to please your taste buds)
1-2 cups of A Bit of a Bite Salsa- any flavor
1 cup Chicken Broth
1 can Black Beans

How do I Make it?

Put all the ingredients in a crock pot except the black beans, cook on high for about one hour.  Add the black beans and cook on low for an additional 4 hours. 

Then what do I do?

Serve in a bowl with grated cheese, dollop of sour cream and crushed corn chips. MMMM one of the easiest meals and the kids love it!
"Life is for loving and eating my salsa!"   Peg

   I was making meatloaf for the family one day and thought-- hmm I wonder what it would taste like with my salsa.  So I made it, they ate it, they liked it!  Hope you will too.  🙂  Ingredients
1 ½ # ground turkey, chicken or beef 1 cup of A Bit of a Bite Salsa – any flavor
1 egg
½ cup bread crumbs mixed with ¼ cup oats
Salt and pepper to taste
How do I make it?
Combine the ground turkey, bread crumbs, eggs, salt, and pepper
and salsa in a large bowl. Mix well and shape into your loaf pan.
Optional – may puree ¼ cup of A Bit of a Bite Salsa with ¼ cup of tomato paste and spread on top before putting in the oven.
 Then what do I do?
Cook uncovered 350 degrees for about an hour. Let stand before serving. Serve with a green salad and dinner is ready!
                              “Life is for loving and eating my salsa!”       Peg

  So I was at A Greener You sampling out my salsa at the Farmers Market in Dayton, Ohio this past Saturday and met up with some of my salsa fan's.  While talking to one particular Fan he told me he puts A Bit of a Bite Salsa on his eggs!  ME too!  So I told him about my egg and Chevre' (goat Cheese) recipe and realized I need to share this with all of you!  It is so easy and delicious. If you are not a goat cheese fan then any soft white cheese will do. 🙂   Ingredients 1 Free Range Egg 1 Heaping Tablespoon of your favorite A Bit of a Bite Salsa Chevre' or any soft white cheese 1 slice of Ezekel bread (any bread will do I just really like Ezekel) How do you make it Saute', scramble, poach or fry egg in a pan. Put bread in your toaster.  NOW put it all together! First layer - the toast, then the Chevre', then the salsa, then the hot egg on top, it melts the cheese and warms the salsa. Then what do you do Introduce your palette to a new sensation!   Enjoy!  
                                       "Life is for loving and eating my salsa!"        Peg

  Thanks Brinkman's Turkey Farms! Ingredients 1 can Brinkman's Chicken (drained) 1 cup Shredded Mexican Cheese 1/2 jar (8oz) A Bit of a Bite Salsa 1 8oz pkg. Cream Cheese How do I make it? Add all ingredients into crock-pot and stir.  Heat until all cheeses are melted. Then what do I do? Serve with your favorite dipping chip.  Enjoy!