Mrs. Renfro’s Gourmet Salsas

Disclosure: I received free product to review.  My opinion is 100% my own.

Mrs. Renfro’s makes some really great products.

They are really careful in the shipping too. These are the four jars of products that I picked out to try. As you can see they are very well padded and the packaging fixes the jars so they can’t move.

That is really good because it is upsetting to get a package and open it find out whatever the item was broke during shipping.

Mrs. Renfro's Product PackagingThese are 16 oz jars and most of them sell for $3.25. The Nacho Cheese sauces are a dollar more.

Some jars of Mrs. Renfro's Products on my counter.Now for most things 16 oz would be plenty. BUT I ran out of the Green Tomato Pickles and the Pineapple Salsa way  too fast. They really need to offer those in bigger containers. Like maybe a gallon at a time.

And yes I have bought items that large before. I love pickled green tomato and several other of my family members do too. It is especially nice to have around during the summer when everyone seems to want to have fish fries every week or so. Those do go great with fried fish.

As for the Pineapple Salsa…I love that stuff. Until trying this I had no idea that you could use fruit in Salsa.  We don’t usually eat a lot of salsa here because none of us can handle spicy foods very well and I always thought that salsa was spicy.

This is NOT spicy. It has a sweet taste to it and I could probably eat a gallon of it at one sitting just by myself (if anyone would let me).

I also tried the Garlic Salsa and it was good too. Just not as good as the Pineapple.

The Nacho Cheese Sauce is really good too. It goes great with Tortilla Chips.

Of course they have more than 30 different salsas, sauces, and relishes to choose from so they are bound to have something you will like too.

You can place an order here. You can also find their products in many supermarkets, gourmet and gift shops, and fruit and vegetable stands.

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1 comment

  1. These sound good. I love a good salsa, one that is neither too sweet nor too acidic, and that has plenty of cilantro and chunks of tomato, as well as plenty of garlic.

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