The Fire Dawgs are at it again. They have a 10 pepper salsa to review, and it indeed has 10 peppers in it. Is it 1 too many or just the perfect blend of peppers to make this salsa work? The Fire Dawgs, Miguel, Hector and Danny give this Ohio approved salsa the full fire inspection. Check out a little behind the scenes history about this small salsa company…
From their website:
How it began
In 1998, my wife and I began making salsa as a way of using up the abundance of peppers and tomatoes from our backyard garden. This started out small but as our garden grew in size so did our batches of fresh salsa, so we would give some away to friends and family. Before long however, we found ourselves running out in the middle of winter. When this happened we would go to the store trying to find a bottled salsa that we liked as much as ours, after trying everything on the market we decided to never run out again. Soon we found out our friends and family felt the same way, so we made more, and more, and more. After many years of tweaking and adjusting we believe we have created the ultimate in salsa and now we want to share it with you!
In 2008, ten years after it started we established Gringo Valley Salsa L.L.C. and started searching for a place to produce our salsa. Now in 2010 we are good to go. We found the Agricultural Incubator Foundation (AIF) in Bowling Green, Ohio and in October we will produce our first “official” batch of “Original 10 Pepper Salsa”, with our “Mild 7 Pepper Salsa” soon to follow.
We fast forward to now, and the Fire Dawgs have the lowdown for you all…
Gringo Valley Salsa L.L.C.
Sylvania, Ohio 43560