Yes. Sadly there are absolutely NO decent Mexican food restaurants in Pinellas County. On that note, it was living in St. Pete for a year that finally drove me to figure out how to make good salsa. I was very spoiled coming from TX, where you can buy good, generic salsa at the grocery store. FL salsa choices at both stores and restaurants does not even deserve a mention. Wow. Just wow. I spent a few months trying out different things, and came up with a good general salsa. I now make a huge batch of it every few months. We freeze the bulk of it in separate packages. When one gets used up, take another out to thaw. Use it on everything. I have yet to find jarred salsa as good as my homemade. And it's ridiculously easy to make. Apparently, HEB has since stopped selling that amazing generic salsa, anyway. Couldn't find it last time I was back in Austin. They have a non-refrigerated version now. But it ain't even close to being the same. Oh well. I've also come up with a really easy yummy taco sauce. Another thing that's hard to find, despite all the trendy hot sauce upstarts out there now. If you've ever had good homemade taco sauce at a good street/van taco vendor, you know what I'm talking about. 15-20 dried chile de Arbol, lightly toasted with onion and garlic. Throw in osterizer with a jar of herdez verde salsa. Blend until the chiles are chopped fine. Done.