Pineapple brings this tomatillo to a tropical level. Ginger gives it a bite. Roasting is optional but does bring out the sugars bringing this salsa to an other level of goodness. Roasting just one side softens the top parts of the fruit and vegetables so some will puree very soft leaving other parts of the fruit firmer. Take note to taste your peppers for each has is own heat level depending on where they were grown. The lime I use for wonderful flavor in the salsa. I add the bottled lemon juice for flavor and acidity along with the vinegar so to be canned safely for long storage. This makes 24 jars so if you want you can make half mild and half spicy, Just don't add chili's till after jarring the first half add the chili's to the remaining salsa simmering till ready to jar. I keep my hot jars in the dish washer till ready to fill. Yes! This recipe can be cut in half! I made this amount because I wanted to preserve the last of my garden tomatillos.