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Hi Folks

I know this is not a camp fire request but if anyone has a good recipe for Old Fashion Chow Chow I would like to use it for myself.

Don Jackson Remington Magnum/ULtramag
 

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Make that two! I haven't had any since I was a little kid in Tennessee.
 

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Straight from my Classic PA Dutch Cooking cookbook. Just like my grandma usta make!

T-o-m

Chow Chow

1 cup each of the following:
grean beans(cut in 1" pieces)
yellow beans "
drained canned great northern beans
drained canned kidney beans
drained canned navy beans
cauliflower buds
chopped celery
chopped red bell pepper
chopped green bell pepper
carrots( cut in 1/4" pieces)
corn kernels
pearl onions or chopped onions
grated cabbage
sliced cucumbers OR tiny pickles (1.5" long max)5 cups of basic pickling syrup*
1/2 teaspoon ground tumeric
1/2 teaspoon canning salt

Cook each veggie ina small amount of water in a separate pan until it is tender but not mushy. Do NOT cook canned beans. After draining layer in a large pan. gently mix withyour hands or wooden spoon to avoid breakign veggies. drain again. I large kettle bring canning syrup to a boil. Add tumeric and salt. Gently, using a slotted spoon, put veggies into boiling syrup. When v veggies come to a boil simmer over medium heat for 5 minutes. Ladle into sterilized pint jars filling the neck too. seal with rings and new lids. Let jars stand 12 hours before moving them. store as any otoher canned/jarred goods. refrigerate after opening.

Yield: 7 pints

*Basic Pickling Syrup Recipe

4 cups granulated sugar
2 cups cider vinegar
2 cups water
1 teaspoon canning salt
1 tablespoon celery seed
1 tablespoon mustard seed
1 tablespoon pickling spice mix
 

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Thanks! ;D
 

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Where's the beef?
 
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