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2012/07/21 11:18:00 (permalink)

Slawsa

http://www.slawsa.com/
 
Has anyone tried this product yet?  It was supposed to be in all Florida Publix stores effective July 15, but the two stores I queried had never heard of if.
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    kevincad
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 11:34:20 (permalink)
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    http://www.slawsa.com/

    Has anyone tried this product yet?  It was supposed to be in all Florida Publix stores effective July 15, but the two stores I queried had never heard of if.

    It's in my local Ingle's so if you have Ingle's in Tallahassee, give them a try.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 14:17:10 (permalink)
    Looks like a mustard base chow-chow.  I'd give it a try if it ever came up north.
     
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 15:52:15 (permalink)
    Hmmm... Spicy version sounds good!  Have to go snoop in my local Publix's relish section...
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 16:39:59 (permalink)
    Looks interesting but hasn't made it to much of the Southwest yet.
    I'd be interested to know the ingredients. Looks like a chopped cabbage and mustard mix.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 17:50:34 (permalink)
    Oh my gosh...yes, yes, yes.  Had a friend introduce me to it July 4th (well, the weekend before...we get thing started early in Charleston) and I will be a lifelong customer of Slawsa.  I haven't checked my Publix but got it at Piggly Wiggly here.  I know it looks a little like chow chow or heavily mustard but it's anything but and SO GOOD.  I highly recommend to buy it if its near you.  Our Pig only had the Regular flavor but I'd be interested in the spicy too.  It has a nice amount of heat to it, I like the crunch and it also has a nice moisture content.  We had Slawsa on brats and never will we go back to mustard.  I've since had on ham sandwich and pulled pork.  Whoever invested this stuff was a genius!  We'll be tailgating at UGA games all fall with our jar of Slawsa in hand.  Go Dawgs!
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 19:52:47 (permalink)
    Welcome to our fun forum's, Harry! Looking forward to more of your input!!
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/21 21:01:23 (permalink)
    Thanks!  Actually, you may recognize Harry Dunn from "Dumb and Dumber."  Thought it might be a good handle!  What a cool site/forum.
     
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/23 18:10:18 (permalink)
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    Oh my gosh...yes, yes, yes.  Had a friend introduce me to it July 4th (well, the weekend before...we get thing started early in Charleston) and I will be a lifelong customer of Slawsa.  I haven't checked my Publix but got it at Piggly Wiggly here.  I know it looks a little like chow chow or heavily mustard but it's anything but and SO GOOD.  I highly recommend to buy it if its near you.  Our Pig only had the Regular flavor but I'd be interested in the spicy too.  It has a nice amount of heat to it, I like the crunch and it also has a nice moisture content.  We had Slawsa on brats and never will we go back to mustard.  I've since had on ham sandwich and pulled pork.  Whoever invested this stuff was a genius!  We'll be tailgating at UGA games all fall with our jar of Slawsa in hand.  Go Dawgs!


      Ummm.  Go Noles  !
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/23 18:44:06 (permalink)
    Would be cool if they could send a free sample to pro's that may feature it on their menu. Their shipping costs more than the product.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 07:16:45 (permalink)
    Found some at Publix in Alabama last night.  It is on the condiments aisle but sitting with the organic and specialty items.  Cannot wait to try it!
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 08:01:19 (permalink)
    It looks very familiar.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 11:03:22 (permalink)
    The July issue of National BBQ News had an article on the product written by Kent Whitaker.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 18:15:20 (permalink)
    kozel

    The July issue of National BBQ News had an article on the product written by Kent Whitaker.

     

    http://www.thedeckchef.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=289:slawsa-packs-flavor-and-more&catid=76:food-products&Itemid=217
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 19:53:44 (permalink)
    I just read this thread last night, and, having never heard of Slawsa, I checked where it might be available in NJ. It turns out there is only one place:
     
    http://www.highlandmarket.com/
     
    And, in an amazing coincidence, my wife and I had earlier decided to take a day trip today to the towns of New Hope and Lambertville, on the Delaware River. Driving there involved a short, but scenic, detour down Rt 519 to the one NJ source of Slawsa. It set me back $5.49 (it's a gourmet shop), which turns out to be just about the cost each if I ordered 6 of them from the Slawsa website, including shipping.
     
    Interesting stuff, looks like that mustard based pickled condiment in jars everywhere, and yes, also looks quite a bit like Rutts Hut's famous relish, but it takes like neither. A little spicy, and worth a detour. It didn't knock my socks off like some of the reviews, but a nice change of pace. I may order a 6 pack.
     
    So, thanks everyone for the tip.
    Here's another on line article about the Slawsa people.
    http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/apr/03/slawsa-family-recipe-launches-local-business/
     
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 21:20:38 (permalink)
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    kozel

    The July issue of National BBQ News had an article on the product written by Kent Whitaker.



    http://www.thedeckchef.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=289:slawsa-packs-flavor-and-more&catid=76:food-products&Itemid=217

    Some of my news still comes by USPS, sorry I'm not up to the minute.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 21:44:19 (permalink)
    No offense to Mr.Odom, but my family has been eating this kind of concoction for years..........my Mom always served this type of mixture on hot dogs, brats, etc....
     
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 21:46:02 (permalink)
    Actually was sauerkraut,mustard and pickle relish mixed......
     
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/25 22:46:05 (permalink)
    Where I originally hail from, the Weequahic section of Newark, N.J., a hot dog with sauerkraut, mustard and sweet relish was called a Sweetworks. In my most fearsome nightmare, I am exiled to Elba, and given the choice of an unending supply of Sweetworks or that Jersey icon, the Italian Hot Dog, but not both. It is a daunting dilemma, and probably the main reason I never, in my travels, fall out of favor with the French Republic during the 19th Century. 
     
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/07/26 00:57:04 (permalink)
    ScreenBear

    Where I originally hail from, the Weequahic section of Newark, N.J., a hot dog with sauerkraut, mustard and sweet relish was called a Sweetworks. In my most fearsome nightmare, I am exiled to Elba, and given the choice of an unending supply of Sweetworks or that Jersey icon, the Italian Hot Dog, but not both. It is a daunting dilemma, and probably the main reason I never, in my travels, fall out of favor with the French Republic during the 19th Century.  
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/08/27 18:58:12 (permalink)
    Our local Publix finally got this stuff. They're stocking it with the pickles & relishes. It's a nice addition to a hot dog.
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/08/27 20:30:46 (permalink)
    Slawsa originates here in nearby Hixson, and I bought it at Walmart.  I thought it was  unremarkable and short on flavor, but I have friends who like it a lot.
    post edited by MellowRoast - 2012/08/29 14:36:33
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/08/28 17:06:24 (permalink)
    Ive tried it. To me it tastes like chow chow with sugar and mustard added. It was $4.00 a pint including tax. I think if you added just a little mustard and a tsp of sugar(+/-) to some chow chow you'd be pretty close... and save a couple bucks.
    If you like chow chow you'll probably like it. I do think it would work on a hot dog.
    post edited by BR - 2012/08/28 17:07:31
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/08/29 14:54:47 (permalink)
    ann peeples

    Actually was sauerkraut,mustard and pickle relish mixed......



    Ann, I think I'd like that.  Is that dill or sweet pickle relish?
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/08/29 15:17:36 (permalink)
    Any sightings in the Delaware region?
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    Re:Slawsa 2012/09/08 14:49:37 (permalink)
    saw it in 2 local Publix.
    haven't tried it yet.
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    Re:Slawsa 2013/01/13 12:08:15 (permalink)
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    Looks interesting but hasn't made it to much of the Southwest yet.
    I'd be interested to know the ingredients. Looks like a chopped cabbage and mustard mix.

    It looks like chopped saurkraut and pickle relish with mustard to me. Could someone post the ingredients list? I might be able to clone the recipe, or at least something that tastes similar.
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    Re:Slawsa 2013/01/13 13:42:51 (permalink)
    cabbage, sugar, mustard, green bell peppers, onions, vinegar, carrots, salt, xanthan gum, spices & yellow dye #3.
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    Re:Slawsa 2013/01/13 14:27:54 (permalink)
    cavandre

    cabbage, sugar, mustard, green bell peppers, onions, vinegar, carrots, salt, xanthan gum, spices & yellow dye #3.

    Thanks! I never would have guessed green bell peppers. They have a spicy version as well, I bet it has some jalapeno pepper in it.
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    Re:Slawsa 2013/01/13 15:07:36 (permalink)
    Kroger stores here just began carrying Slawsa.
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