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It’s Friday and so many great things happening around in H-Town!

Every Friday I’ll be talking about 3 spots to check out thanks to Amanda from AHoustonFind. Be sure to follow her on instagram at @ahoustonfind

Cinco de Mayo▪️FRIDAY FINDS▪️|| My 'Valley' Salsa…I have NOT found a good Mexican salsa here in Houston (if you know of one let me know 😉) so I decided to give y'all my recipe. *I will post the link with the recipe* 🍅🌶 ———————————————————-❤️🌮Wall at La Calle Tacos 📍909 Franklin St ———————————————————-Happy Beach Wall by Zosen and Mina Hamada. 📍800 Chartres St located in EADO. The colors are so festive… a perfect place to take Cinco pics ———————————————————-⭐️Wishing you a SAFE Cinco de Mayo HOU⭐️ Listen to my Friday Finds in the 2 o'clock hour with @djriddler on 92.1 Radio Now.

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It’s Cinco De Mayo  so what better way to celebrate it by taking pics with some of the great street art in the city.

Check out the Happy Beach Wall by Zosen and Mina Hamada in EADO (East Downtown)

And for all you Taco fans, go to La Calle Tacos on 909 Franklin Street and be sure to take a picture by their I Love Tacos Wall.

Finally, Amanda from ahoustonfind is sharing her special “VALLEY SALSA”  Here it is:

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My ‘Valley’ Salsa

 

  1. Quarter four ripened tomatoes or a can of whole stewed tomatoe
  2.  Two garlic heads or more to taste
  3. One onion
  4. Powdered chicken bouillon
  5. Salt and pepper to taste
  6. Olive oil
  7. Jalapeño chiles or chiles of choice
  8. Dried oregano, optional.

 

Process:

Place into the blender: the quartered tomatoes, the two peeled garlic heads, a tablespoon of the the chicken bouillon or if the chicken bouillon is in cubes then two cubes, 1/2 tsp of olive oil, salt and pepper to taste and depending on how hot, start with half of a jalapeño chile, and a pinch of oregano, optional.  Blend all ingredients.

Depending on personal taste, cut 1/8 of a small onion and place into an already heated pan with  a dash of olive oil.  Sauté the onion until, then poor the ingredients from the blender and heat while gently turning the ingredients with a spoon until they start to boil.  Turn off the heat and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.  Salsa ready to serve.

 

 

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