Dean’s Salsa

first blend
2 cans diced tomatoes
3 cloves garlic
2 yellow peppers
1 Serrano pepper
1 jalapeño pepper
Blend ~45 seconds – 1 min
Pour into bowl…
2 more cans diced tomatoes
1/2 bunch cilantro
One bunch green onions
2 limes juiced
Blend ~ 45 seconds

Add garlic salt to taste

Mix both mixtures together and enjoy!!

Holliday Salsa

1 – Can whole peeled tomatoes

10 – Green onion stalks

1/2 – Can of diced jalapenos

Add garlic salt to taste

Mix ingredients and Blend.

Guacamole Molido


2 – Avocados

Little bit of onion

1/3 Med. Jalapeno

5-6 Stalks of Cilantro


Little bit of Water

1 – Peel Avocados, and remove the pits (keep them)

2 – Blend it all together

3 – Put the pits back in

– Laura

Guacamole Picado

1 – Onion

1 – handful Solantro

4 – Med. Roma Tomatoes

2 – Avocados

1 – Med. Jalapeno

Chop up thinly diced.  Add salt as desired, and leave avocado pits in.

– Laura

Agua de Horchata

2 – Cups Rice

1 – Can Condensed Milk

1 – Can Evaporated Milk

2 – Sticks of Canela

Sugar as needed


1 – Soak rice for two hours

2 – Blend canela and water

3 – Blend soaked rice and cinnamon until finely blended

4 – Add Milks and Mix Together

5 – Add Water and sugar to taste

6 – Ad lost of Ice

– Fam. Gonzales (Conyers)

McBride’s Guacamole

Pretty much this recipe is never the same but it always ends up tasting very good. Modify the amount of Cottage Cheese, Salsa, and Lemon Juice to suit the taste of your guests.

3 x Avocados (More or less depending on the number of people it’s feeding)
Cottage Cheese
Lemon Juice
Salsa (We like Herdez the best)

– Peel the Avocados
– Mash the avocados, but leave the pits in with everything (don’t mash those) – It helps keep the flavor good, and the avocados green
– Add cottage cheese so you have a light green mixture
– Add Lemon juice (start with 1 TBLS and then add if desired)
– Add Salsa until you like the spice & taste