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salsa

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One of the main frustrations for salsa supporters has been the absence of a home base.
It's important to inform your customers about the differences between the three main types of salsa.
The salsa classes were so sociable, I met people from different age groups.
The gentlemen generally wear a crisp shirt and a pair of slack and sometimes a suit jacket, although with the heat that salsa stirs, jackets are often left at home.
La salsa en Houston es una forma de revivir todo lo nuestro y de cierta forma, tambien de estar a la moda.
They [niche salsa manufacturers] have to grow with the times," she said.
Cuando la salsa comience a hacer burbujas pequenas, bata los huevos ligeramente con una pizca de sal y vierta en la salsa.
We know our restaurant style salsas must stand out from both the balance of our Pace portfolio," said Beck, "as well as from what is often described as a 'sea of red' in some parts of the country, where the salsa category is particularly well developed and competitive.
Willy's Original Medium Salsa remains the company's best-selling flavor.
They have a convenient scheduling in place and trainees can attend the salsa dance show as per convenience right from Monday till Friday.
Nicknamed "El Gato" (the cat) by the local Spanish media as an indication of his acceptance to the local scene, Moran is a native of Maracaibo, Venezuela, bitten by the salsa bug as a child.
Tina Bonsall, owner of Tinitas Homestyle Salsa, is encouraging all Antelope Valley residents to participate in her holiday fundraiser while enjoying her fresh gourmet salsa.