Having enjoyed many a bowl of salsa over the years I thought I'd share last nights experience. I went to Chuy's on Barton Springs Rd in Austin, TX. This place is or was a local hot spot. Not as much for the Chile seasonings they use but....well. I have a hard time understanding it. It IS cheap. Maybe that's a lot of the appeal. The point here is that when the obligatory dish of salsa was put out there were actually 2. One was based nearly entirely on catsup. Not a good brand either. If there was Chile in it I couldn't detect it. Of course it would have taken a bit to activate my heat sensors. There were a few chunks. Few and far between. Yuck. Luckily the other bowl had a pretty good Pico de Gallo so all was not lost. But that salsa was awful. I went to a Mexican place in Miami one time where the salsa was fresh jalapenos ground up in a food processor with a little water. No S&P. Just Jalapenos and water. Not the most imaginative. Where have you folks found the best and WORST salsas?? Inquiring minds and all that.