Spectacular and feisty! Probably one of the most delicious taste-sensations you’ll ever experience. Old South’s jalapenos add a delightful kick to any food serving, including nachos, baked beans, cheese dips, and an endless array of Mexican dishes.
Tangy, delectable, and diverse-their specialty since l947! A perfect accompaniment for beef, pork, fish, and poultry dishes…adds zest to tuna salad, sauces, and dressings…or, can be cubed and wrapped in bacon for sumptuous hors d’oeuvres. So delicious, the first cookbook published in the U.S. contained a recipe for Sweet Pickled Watermelon...
An explosion of fresh taste! That's what you'll find nestled in this bottle of garden-rich vegetables. Old South's unique combination of baby corn, bell peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, carrots, and jalapeno peppers is unlike any other mix you'll find. It's truly a dynamic appetizer or zesty accompaniment to any meal!
Made from an old family recipe, Old South Green Tomato Relish is the best you will ever taste! This flavorful relish is perfect with catfish or steaks. Mix it with a pot of beans and you will be hooked!
Suddenly the ordinary becomes extraordinary! Enjoy the zesty crunch of this nutritious snack. Add color and excitement to your salads, party trays, or wherever your imagination leads.
Orange water is distilled from orange blossoms. Orange water adds a hint of flavor and an intense aroma to any pairing.
No, it’s not an olive, but a unique pickled tomato grown from their exclusive seed. Hand-picked, cured, and finished in small batches. Tomolives make the Ultimate”martini garnish and will liven any relish tray! Ketel One Vodka has chosen the Tomolive® as the exclusive garnish for its signature Ultimate Martini .
Crisp and delicious, harvested at the peak of flavor, you’ll want to finish the entire jar. Truly irresistible! These asparagus spears make a sensational garnish or appetizer, and can be the gourmet touch” as a stirrer for Bloody Marys.
A revival of historic taste from a simpler time when fresh-picked vegetables were preserved by pickling rather than steam canning. The vibrant flavors and textures of yesteryear are captured today in this Old South recipe.