This might be weird, Because it will tempt your taste buds, however Mrs Speedster Inc. is taking on a new endeavor. We would like to pick the minds of Model T owners. With the vast age differences we figureed you would be the best to ask. What types of these do you like the best.
b: habanero (hot)
d: soutwestern black beans and corn
4: Chow Chow
For #3 & 4 Which kind and flavor is your favorite.
Thanks in advance
John,#1 apple, #2 b, #3 Cherry and blackberry, #4 None
#4 What's Chow Chow? (Sorry, all I can think of is some kind of dog.)
apple, jalapeno, fig preserves, can do without
peach salsa must be a Georgia thing. Seth
Were you out celebrating St Patrick's Day before you came up with this?
4-Chow Chow-Purinia - Grape
I agree with Seth on the peach salsa...BBQ salsa a favorite here...anything BBQ. LOL
Cider - Apple
Salsa - Peach, Mango and most that are not too hot
Jellies - Blackberry and Grape
Chow Chow - So far not met one I didn't like
CHOW CHOW is a great southern relish, is traditionally served with beans or peas, but it is awesome on hot dogs. Made with a combination of cabbage, onions and peppers, this one is for the tamer palette. Also made in a HOT formula.
Never heard of chow chow!
Favourite preserve is Marmalade (Orange)
1. Apple (unfiltered, aged about 6 months)
2. I make my Salsa with Serrano & Chipoltes.
3. Orange Marmelade.
4. Plain old sweet pickle relish on the
dog with mustard (both plain yellow & country
1, (a) Apple, required by law in Washington
2, (d) SWestern
3, (d) all of the above
4, Send a sample, I like trying new things.
Must be a favorite in Georgia...never heard of it down here.
Mrs Speedster Inc.
2. Habanero (hot-hot-hot)
3. Jam, Jelly, Preserves 1-2-3
b: habanero (hot) I guess...I like plain old jalapeno pepper and tomato salsa with lots of cilantro
4: I don't do chow-chow, but I like kemshi!
On my hot dog (since it was mentioned!) I like meat chili (no beans) and cottage cheese!
Salsa is made with tomatos, not peaches or mangos or what ever. It needs to be hot enough to get your taste buds going but not so hot you regret it tomorrow. I usually like salsa made with choped whole tomatos, jalapenos and fresh cilantro and some comino (cumin) because that's the way it is made in Texas where I grew up.
Throw in a bag of white corn tortilla chips and a few frosty bottled beers that have two X's on the side and you have an excuse to take the afternoon off from what ever it was that seemed more important previously.
Cottage cheese on hotdogs? Now there is something I never thought of but sounds GREAT!
I prefer peanut butter myself, but will have to try the CC!
Cross & Blackwell (British) calls it Chow-Chow, Heinz calls it Hot Dog Relish, it's the yellow & green stuff in the jar next to the regular relish.