Welcome to Holmes Made Salsa

Holmes-made salsa is an extension of Holmes Produce, our family produce business established in 1924 by Ollie Holmes (grandpa) This Wichita tradition continued with his two sons Wendell and Bruce who supplied many of the local grocers with the freshest fruits and vegetables available. Bruce and his daughter (Tricia) created a summer tradition making salsa from garden fresh produce. Tricia continued this tradition by making salsa for family, friends, and co-workers. When the requests to replenish salsa kept flowing in, she realized the plan God had put in place for her, and accepted it graciously. Tricia started selling Holmes-Made Salsa downtown at the Farmers Market, on the very same corner that her grandpa Ollie use to sell produce. With the help of family and friends, the salsa business has expanded to a new location at 2252 N Coolidge, Wichita,Ks.

Magdalen – Wichita, Ks Nov 2

Vintage Inspired Prospectors
Hartman Arena, Nov 8-10

Prairie Patch – Gypsum, Ks Nov 9

See N Sell – Salina, Ks Nov 23

Ks Grown – Ext Office, Nov 23 (8:00-Noon)

Wichita Flea Market – Kansas Star Casino, Nov 23-24

Winterfest-Derby Woodlawn UMC, Dec 7

Ks Grown – Derby Madison Central Park,
Dec 7 (8:00-Noon)

Vintage Market Days –
OKC Fairgrounds, Dec 6-8

Ks Grown Christmas Market – Ext Office, Dec 14

Wichita Flea Market – Kansas Star Casino, Dec 21-22

Kansas Grown Farmers’ Market
Saturday’s 7:00 – Noon

Derby Farmers’ Market
Saturday’s 8:00 – Noon

Little Rock Vintage Market Days
Little Rock Fairgrounds
Sept 17-19

Hillsboro Craft Fair
Saturday, Sept 18th

Scott City, Ks
Saturday, Sept 25th9

Wichita Vintage Market Days
Wichita Sports Forum
Fri-Sun, Oct 1-3

Sugar Mound
Mound City, Ks
Oct 9-10

Maple Leaf Festival
Baldwin City, Ks
Oct 16-17

An Affair of the Heart
Oklahoma City Fairgrounds
Oct 22-24

Saturday, Nov 6


Hatch Green Chiles :

We fire roast our Hatch Green Chiles for that award winning flavor.
Heat index 2-3 (500-2500) scoville units.

Jalapeno :

Range from dark green to red. Use whenever recipe simply calls for hot chile peppers. They can be fresh or canned. We use Jalapenos in all of our salsas. Heat index 5-6 (4500) scoville units.

Serrano :

Longer and thinner than Jalapeno with similar color. Can be found canned, pickled, or packed in oil with vegetables. Often served in Thai or Mexican dishes. We use Serrano in most of our salsas.
Heat index 6-7 (7,000-25,000) scoville units

Thai :

Very hot small thin pepper. Colors range in yellow, orange, green and red. Famous in hot Asian cuisine. We use Thai peppers in our spicier salsas.
Heat index 7-8 (50,000-100,000) scoville units

Habanero :

One of the hottest peppers grown, World reknown for its intense and sometimes dangerous heat. Only for the brave at heart! We use Habanero peppers in our XX HOT, and Nightmare salsa. Also, in our tasty Peach Habanero Fruit Spread Heat index 10 (150,000-580,000) scoville units

Naga Bhut Jolokia :

(Ghost Peppers) The hottest naturally grown pepper in the world! Originating in India, it is used to keep elephants off the fences. (855,000-1,050,000) scoville units. Can be up to 5x hotter than Habanero peppers. We use Ghost Peppers in our Nightmare salsa.


Salsa has been voted Americas #1 condiment! Salsa is much more than just a dip. It adds flavor and color to some of your favorite dishes. So get creative and go crazy with salsa.