Do a rough chop on your onions, and cilantro. Then dice your jalapenos. If you don't want it very hot, remove some, or even all of the seeds. Save them though until after tasting it to see if you want to add heat.
Add a big teaspoon of minced garlic if using the kind in a jar. Or several minced cloves of fresh. Squeeze the lemon juice into bowl holding lemon right side up so seeds don't fall into salsa. Season with generous amount of salt and pepper.
Stir and taste.
In this batch, I wound up putting more of the seeds from the jalapeno that I had set aside, into it to add heat. I may be regretting that tomorrow, but it tasted just about perfect to me!!!
Before I go, just a little chicken chatter. I miss Snacker, ever so much, but the rest of the girls are doing okay. The little B's, Ethel and Lucy are laying eggs again. Ethel has become an escape artist. She is flying out of the coop constantly. There could be many eggs out there in the grove under trees for all I know! They are all fattened up, with healthy looking combs and wattles and oddly enough, even though they are little B's, to the other chickens, they are as sweet as can be to me. They follow me, and come when I call them. And they love to run around the grove and free range for bugs and worms. Here they are getting up to their roost for the night.
Little Mildred is in the isolation wing of the coop. She was the second one of the babies to show signs of a cold or conjunctivitis. I read online that you can treat the eyes with Neosporin with great results. So that is what I am doing. HUGE improvement in only 24 hours! But she will stay in iso til we return from our fishing trip in a few days. Standing in her mash..How rude!!
My little rest is over, and I have to go finish packing. We leave bright and early tomorrow. Our son Drew will be here holding down the fort and taking care of the farm. I sure hope he doesn't forget to feed anyone or water the garden. It is supposed to be near 100 all weekend! I will be back in a few days with lots of photos, and fish tales. Til next time......