Meanwhile, two of her brothers are preparing other ingredients–tomatoes, jalapeños, sweet peppers. The stainless steel counter tops are spotless. Against the walls are sacks of sugar and salt, cases of vinegar and cases of canning jars. In the middle of the room is the kettle. Her father, Robert, holds a sheet of paper with the recipe for this morning’s batch, though he knows it by heart.
When holidays rolled around I would stock up on Robert’s salsas and jams and create gift baskets. Our friends and family simply loved them. There is something special, in the recipes, the quality, and the small operation that you can taste.
When the opportunity came for me to start a new business, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.
Robert is open and direct: “Mostly farmer’s markets.”
I asked, “Can I sell them on the internet?”
“Sure,” he answered.
And with a handshake, Salsa-Basket.com was born.
Why We Giveat Salsa-Basket
This is my son, Bodie. He suffered a brain injury when he was 6 months old. Even though he can’t walk or talk, he is full of smiles and inspiration. Every day he reminds me of the most important things in life: never giving up, hard work, patience, kindness and love. Learn more about Bodie, here.
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