The recent article by “A.S. Smith” on tinitas salsa out of business (1) gave me quite a chuckle. He states the reasons as, The main reason tinitas salsa was out of business (2) and that the main reason tinitas salsa was out of business (3) are both true, so I thought I would share some of my thoughts on this topic.
First, tinitas salsa out of business 1 is true, but it just proves my point. What is even more interesting is that the article, like I said earlier, isn’t even related to the topic of my blog post, but it’s just the latest example of how people are willing to spread misinformation about something that is fairly common knowledge.
It was just the latest example of the idea that people think that something is common knowledge only because they have heard it from one of their friends. For example, the idea that “salsa” is an English word is a very common one. It’s just the other way around. There are lots of English words that are actually Spanish words and people just don’t think of them that way, just because a friend has told them about them.
Salsa is a Spanish word and means “salsa” which is Spanish for “salsa”, which means “salsa” and that’s why it’s common knowledge. It is a delicious sauce that is made of tomato, onions, vinegar, spices, and salt. In Spanish it doesn’t actually say “salsa”, it just says “salsa”. To a person, salsa is a word that means something like “salsa” rather than “an sauce”.
In the UK, salsa is what you get when you mix vinegar, tomatoes, spices, and salt together with a stick of garlic. And it’s not a sauce, it’s a sauce. And in the UK, we just make up words like salsa and salsas and call it that, so we don’t think of them as actually being the same thing. It’s all just a bit of a joke and it only has a few really common words in it.
This is all very true, but it doesn’t make it any less infuriating or annoying. I’ve tried to make a salsa recipe for a while now, and its just not the same. Its like an alien, trying to make salsas, trying to make a salsa recipe just because its a thing.
Well, its not exactly a thing. Salsas were a Spanish term for sauces. The Spanish were a people who lived in the country (Spain) and were mainly farmers. The word salsas came from the Spanish word for a sauce. Like, a sauce that can be made by adding tomato, vinegar, spices, etc. It took the name of the Spanish word for a sauce to make the word into a word that can mean a thing.
Its like an alien, trying to make salsas, trying to make a salsa recipe just because its a thing. Well, its not exactly a thing. Salsas were a Spanish term for sauces. The Spanish were a people who lived in the country Spain and were mainly farmers. The word salsas came from the Spanish word for a sauce. Like, a sauce that can be made by adding tomato, vinegar, spices, etc.
According to the dictionary salsas are a type of sauce. A sauce made by adding tomatoes and other ingredients to a sauce called a salsa.
Salsas are actually a very popular type of sauce. In fact, you can make a salsas recipe in 20 minutes. So, why did I choose to write this article on salsas instead of writing about salsa? Well, my guess is because I think there is a lot to learn about salsas from just reading the recipe.