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Re: Holiday Food

Another blast from the past. I haven't heard of chow-chow in years!
I've tried a bit of pickle relish and some chopped onion. Doesn't seem to
make much difference to him. I also cook the black-eyed peas with a meaty
ham bone and some chopped onion, so it's not just plain old peas. I wonder
if I should throw a hot pepper or two in there. He likes chili.


, try some chow-chow on
> your husband's peas.  That will spice them up.  When I was little that was
> only way I could eat them because they are virtually tasteless by
> zem

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