Salsa festival brings out the heat

I was a judge today at the first Family Salsa Festival salsa competition at the Good Samaritan Mission in Wimauma.

Despite a brief rain shower, the event itself was fun and brought out a variety of salsa, including black bean and corn, mango and smoked.

The perfect salsa involves blending the right amount of heat and sweetness.

And a little kick doesn't hurt.

I applaud all the participants and congratulate the winners who earned bragging rights:

Commercial/Professional - Cigar City Smoked Salsa
Best Decorated Booth - South County Career Center (Team #1)
Hottest Salsa - Tree Dog Salsa
Finest Fruits - South County Career Center (Team #1)
Best Bean Salsa - East Bay High School
Righteous Roasted Salsa - Cigar City Smoked Salsa
Top Tomato Salsa - The King's Bistro
Mind Blowing Mild Salsa - South County Career Center (Team #2)

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