Miles and I had a wonderful little get away together to Oregon so he could perform the wedding of a very special person! She was one of our former youth long ago when we still lived in the bless-ed Pacific Northwest!! That place is just in my bones. I do so love me an evergreen tree, the mountains and snow covered volcanoes, no humidity, and no mosquitoes biting the tar out of me as we dined in the evening sun of the backyard for the rehearsal dinner. We got to spend time with dear old friends, even the ones responsible for setting me and Miles up, and had so much fun with all the wedding festivities and just being alone together! We really need to do things like this more often so we can remember just how much we like each other!
A few wedding pics before we dive into a recipe.............
Six of the best, fresh from the garden, perfectly ripe tomatoes! Two thoughts went through my mind. First, I have the best neighbors!!! Second, oh crud! These will be bad by the time we get back and double crud because that means I have to make salsa tonight and I don't really have time!
But I couldn't let those awesome tomatoes go to waste and I didn't want to give them to anyone else because I was feeling selfish and because I didn't have time to deliver them to someone else. So salsa it was! I had a few peppers left from the Farmer's Market that needed to be used up anyway. This all needed to happen very fast that I am really surprised I even took pictures.
I very roughly diced those peppers up and left the rest to the food processor.