I'm on one of my periodic sojourns to Mexico City, so this will be a "Cocina de Tom" version of Tom's Kitchen (see the first one here).
Now is a particularly glorious time to be in central Mexico, because the first mangos of the season have just hit the markets. To me, mangoes are never sweeter or more vividly flavored than when they first come in. I'm so revelling in them right now that there's no way I can resist featuring mangoes in a dead-simple addictive salsa, inspired by the special all-mango menu at the great Azul Historico in downtown Mexico City.
This spicy concoction can either be scooped up with chips or served as a condiment with grilled meat, fish, or, yes, even tofu.
Now, for US readers trying to eat as much as possible from food grown within their own regions, mangoes may seem an elaborate indulgence.