Treehouse Berry Farm salsa: Time for a dip

Tomatoes have it good right now. It’s early in the season, everybody’s neighbors and farmer’s markets aren’t yet inundated, and it’s been just long enough since last season to miss a ripe, juicy tomato.

Treehouse Berry Farm is ending the drought. The Linwood, Kansas, berry farm is mostly known for jams, chutneys and fruit butter, but it also make a fresh salsa that’s full of chunky cuts of tomato. And it’s back on the shelves.

With just 10 ingredients (listed in the picture), the tomatoes are the star of the show, alternately enhanced by cilantro, onion and garlic. It helps to turn the salsa over with a spatula to redistribute the lemon juice and vinegar, which had settled a bit in the plastic container.

Categories: A&E, Dining