Almost-Traditional Vegetable Mustard Pickles Ingredients * 1 cup white vinegar * 1/2 cup water * 1 teaspoon salt * 2/3 cup Dijon-style mustard * 1/3 cup sugar * 2 teaspoons turmeric * 2 teaspoons dry mustard * 1/2 teaspoon celery seed * 2 cups cauliflower florets, broken into small pieces * 1 1/2 cups cubed zucchini or cucumber * 1 medium onion, diced large * 1 small spicy red pepper, seeded and diced (optional) This beloved mustard pickle, which hails from eastern Canada, is a close relative of the British chowchow
; both call for a paste of flour or cornstarch to thicken the brine.
The five books launched were "Bukas na si Cajon" by Jesh Alberto and illustrated by Gabbi Ramirez; "One of the Boys" by Arkin Frany and illustrated by Fidez Balcameda; "Si Chowchow
" by Angelo P.
But I am definitely traumatized most especially by the chowchow
breed," Antoinette said.
Made of shredded crab, not lump, and served with a grilled half lemon and a flavor-packed Southern chowchow
, this cake was snow-white on the inside and had notes of citrus and nuanced flavor.
I remember the women in the kitchen making chowchow
and pitting cherries from the backyard tree.
, a bright, aromatic salad of pickled green tomatoes (or, in a pinch, tomatillos), cabbage, cauliflower and that most traditional southern vegetable, mirliton (chayote squash), should be served with the shrimp, but it also works nicely as a condiment with the po'boy.
The gentleman was hunting at fever pitch in the bottle, but it contained not the delicious little varieties usually associated with chowchow
Club of Scotland Championship Show, Penicuik, Midlothian.
When the first frost threatens to wipe out your garden or when you decide to plow under the garden, it's time to make Chowchow
Our beloved ChowChow
Gaga Chanel was admitted at the Dr Nonie Cotts Clinic and kept an isolation, but he fought for his life everyday.
Those people driving from up North to Florida and back again don't know from chowchow