Spice up your life with this locally-made salsa from First Earth Farm in Bluff Dale.
Updated: Jul 19
There are not many things we love more than crunching on chips and salsa, so when PinaTaylotta’s owner Taylor Ashlynn raved about how good it was – and that it is made locally - we scooped up a bottle.
And that was a big mistake because we should have bought more.
Salsalarro makes five varieties of what they call “knee-slappin’ good salsa” - spicy, medium, salsa verde, garlic lime cilantro and pineapple habanero - with jars going for $8 or $10 each.
We got the medium and opened it with friends the other day, and you guys, this stuff is off the charts good.
It was so good, in fact, that those same friends drove to Bluff Dale to get a few bottles for themselves, only to learn that the medium was sold out.
But here’s the good news: I talked to Ashlynn on Monday and she told me that PinaTaylotta Petals is once again fully stocked with delicious Salsalarro’s salsa.
"I have all of the salsa flavors and the pickles too!” she said.
I had no idea pickles were involved in any of this, so I’ll be making a trek to Bluff Dale soon to get some.
If you want to spice up your summer celebrations, this salsa will do it.
Think of the best salsa you have ever had and multiply it by 10.
It’s that good.