Whenever you have a party I bet there's a pretty good chance that chips and salsa are involved. After all, everyone loves them and few things are easier than opening a jar of salsa. However, instead of buying salsa for your next shindig, I beg you to pull out a knife, a cutting board, and the few basic ingredients needed to make your own fresh version.
I made an enormous batch of Heirloom Tomato Pico de Gallo for the shooting of this video and afterwards I ended up on the couch with the bowl in my lap and two kids tucked in next to me, each of us clutching a spoon, foregoing the chips and shoveling the salsa right into our mouths.
If you can't find heirloom tomatoes at your local farmers' market try your grocery. Those multi-colored, meaty jewels are just waiting to be diced up and form the foundation of this perfect salsa. Watch the video and I'll show you how to whip it up.