Veal Station Chow Chow



Chow chow is a type of pickled relish commonly found in Southern U.S. cuisine. It typically includes a variety of vegetables such as cabbage, green tomatoes, onions, and peppers, pickled in a vinegar-based brine.

- **How to Eat:** Chow chow is versatile and can be used as a condiment or side dish. Here are some ways to enjoy it:
- **With Meats:** Serve as a topping or side with grilled or smoked meats like pulled pork, sausages, or ham.
- **On Sandwiches:** Add a spoonful to sandwiches or burgers for extra flavor and crunch.
- **With Beans:** Traditionally, it's served with black-eyed peas or pinto beans.
- **As a Topping:** Use it on hot dogs, tacos, or nachos.
- **Straight:** Some people enjoy it straight from the jar as a tangy snack.

The tangy, sweet, and sometimes spicy flavors of chow chow relish make it a versatile addition to many dishes, adding a burst of flavor and texture.