It was a stretch, but somehow I managed to tie A.A. Hyde, the founder of mentholatum and an enthusiastic supporter of the YMCA of the Rockies, to my Cranberry Jalapeno Salsa. In 1921, Mr. Hyde developed 78 acres, called Fellowship Park, which is now part of the Y. We were blessed to stay in the historic meeting house, which has been lovingly restored thanks to friends of ours, for the past two summers.
I’m sharing an odd connection of history, thankfulness, cherry crisp and cranberry jalapeño salsa today in my monthly post at the YMCA of the Rockies blog. I’d be honored if you’d join me, just click the link. Trust me, you want this recipe for Thanksgiving. . .
The Big Sur Cherry Crisp is in my cookbook, which is still FREE. Have you downloaded your copy yet?
Ever thankful for you, friends!