Sponsor love - Spirit of Texas Salsa still rocks!

April 4, 2009 by Josh · 2 Comments
Filed under: food 

Just last week I got my second case of Spirit of Texas Salsa delivered and already I have two empty jars sitting in the trash and a half eaten bag of tortilla chips on the counter. This delicious salsa is shipped straight from the heart of Texas and you can tell from the taste. If you can remember the Pace commercial below then you’ll know what I mean, except that Spirit of Texas Salsa makes Pace seem like it was made in New York City!

As I mentioned the last time I got a case of salsa, Spirit of Texas Salsa Rocks! I’m not saying this just because they are a sponsor of this website either. The salsa has the perfect consistency and an amazing blend of flavors. I’m partial to the medium variety because it has just the right amount of kick. The Hot is exactly that, with a clean your sinuses out blast of heat that is good for all the caspsaicin addicts out there as well as an occasional winter warmer upper.

I prefer a good chip and a bowl of salsa but have on occasion been known to use it in cooking up something with a little kick in the kitchen. You can find a varied selection of recipes on the Spirit of Texas Salsa recipe page to spice up your next evening meal.

Even though I love my salsa about as much as I enjoy Yuengling beer, I’m willing to give away one jar of whichever heat level you desire to the 2 best salsa recipes left in the comments by April 20th. Just make sure you use a real email address when you leave the comment so that I can get your address.

If you don’t win or just can’t wait you can get a free jar from Gourmet food mall, just pay $5 shipping, and be sure to tell them Josh sent you.


2 Responses to “Sponsor love - Spirit of Texas Salsa still rocks!”
  1. Jason Cox says:

    Here’s a good one -

    1 16-ounce jar salsa
    6 cups shredded American cheese (1-1/2 pounds)
    1 8-ounce package cream cheese, cut up
    2/3 cup beer or milk
    Tortilla chips
    1. In a 3-1/2- or 4-quart slow cooker combine salsa, shredded American cheese, cut up cream cheese, and beer.

    2. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 2 to 3 hours. Serve immediately or keep warm, covered, on low-heat setting for up to 2 hours, stirring occasionally. Stir just before serving with tortilla chips. Makes 22 (1/4-cup) servings.

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    Take care