Chicago Style Giardiniera is believed to have come about in the 1920's as an antipasto with vegetables from the small backyard gardens of Chicago of Italian immigrants tossed in olive oil. Eventually these vegetables were pickled before being stored in oil to last longer. I've grown up with giardiniera on pizza, Italian beef sandwiches, hot dogs, in pasta, in chili, we put this s&*% on just about anything you could imagine.
|Chicago Johnny Eating Cheesy Dog W/ Giardiniera|
Chicago Johnnys Giardiniera is hand packed in Chicago, made with olive oil, spiced to the britches, & a bold, smoky, earthy flavored condiment. This stuff is so good I've had people eat whole jars at a time with tortilla chips, in chili, on pork roasts, slow cooked in a crock pot with round roasts, on nachos, on pizzas, cold cut sandwiches, just about anything you could think of I've had people write me to tell me that it is the best friggin' thing they've ever eaten!
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