Aug 17, 2010 Salsa Cruda Diana Kennedy has long been considered the matriarch of Mexican food, and her work is clear and doable. How to Cook a Wolf re-creates Mrs. Kennedy's simple, versatile, and refreshing salsa cruda. By Source: How To Cook a Wolf Appetizers Condiments and Sauces Tomato Vegetables Central/South American Mexican Simple Backyard BBQ Summer Easy Recipes 1 Review 0 Save Recipe Print Email Enlarge Credit: How to Cook a Wolf It is even good sprinkled on a plain white fish filet, like Halibut and baked in the oven. You can mix a can or two of rinsed black beans in there and you have a new salsa or salad...http://linda-howtocookawolf.blogspot.com/2009/02/salsa-cruda-and-easy-guacamole.... 0 Save Recipe Print Email More from Saveur.com Winter Vegetables Simple, Fresh Tomato Recipes Pasta and Potato Salads Latin American Street Food Summer Tomato Recipes Related Links Recipes Three-Chile Salsa Striped Bass with Salsa Verde Tapas-Style Meatballs (Albóndigas en Salsa) Steak Fingers with Salsa Verde Salsa Verde Grilled Softshell Crabs with Jicama Salad and Tomato–Avocado Salsa Seared Salmon with Salsa Verde Mango and Queso Blanco Salsa Andean Yellow Chile and Epazote Salsa (Salsa de Ají Escabeche y Paico) Crab Salsa Dried Shrimp Cakes with Cactus Salsa Ratings & Reviews (1) by jayevee on 2010-08-18 This is just pico de gallo; not sure why it needs a recipe. Just cut up tomato, jalapeno/serrano, onion, cilantro - in the amounts you like them. Add salt and pepper and lime juice to taste. Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?