I have been wanting to make my own salsa for a while so this weekend I put on my labcoat, pocket protector, and coke bottle glasses and began experimenting. After quite a bit of trial and error I came up with something that tastes unique and delicious so I thought I would share my first version recipe with all of my internet friends. Ingredients: 4 lbs roma tomatoes 1 cup sweet corn (grilled on the cob or from a can is fine) 6 jalapenos 3 limes 10 green onions 1/2 cup fresh cilantro 5 tbs fresh minced garlic 2 tbs kosher salt 2 tsp lemon zest 1 tsp ground black pepper This is not a quick process so if you expect to be done in a half hour, this is not for you. Take 1/2 of the jalapenos and tomatoes and cut them in half lengthwise. Remove the seeds and membrane from the jalapenos. Cold smoke the jalapeno and tomato halves with mesquite for 3 hours. I use my plywood smoker with a hot plate. I put my mesquite chunks in a cast iron pan, cover with aluminum foil, and then poke holes in the foil for the smoke to escape. Remove the seeds and membrane from the remaining jalapenos and then finely dice both the smoked and unsmoked jalapenos and put them in a good sized bowl. Dice up the onions, smoked and unsmoked tomatoes and place them in the same bowl. Mince the garlic and cilantro and put them in the bowl. Pour your cup of sweet corn into the bowl. Juice the 3 limes into the bowl. Put lemon zest in the bowl. Sprinkle the salt and pepper over the mixture. Mix by hand until thoroughly mixed. Refrigerate overnight. Enjoy!