Originally posted by mighty hornet
Dayum I know I'm country but I've never heard of cha cha
What is that?
Excuse me '86 (my frat), let me answer this one...
Man, you don't know what cha cha is. That's pickled peppers and/or green tomatoes that's hot as hell. Tobasco ain't got nothing on hot cha-cha.
I knew one lady that even made cha-cha with pickled watermelon rinds. Swear to God! You put that stuff on your mustard greens, add some pot likka, and fat meat all crumbled up on your conebread and eat it with your fingers. Talk about good!
My mother was raised by her grandmother and mother. Each of them used to work "at the big house". My greatgrandmother all her life, my grandmother most of her life, and my mother as a young girl. Don't take a lot of pride in that, but it served it purpose...we overcame and got degrees due to their hard work). Anyway, my mom knows how to cook all the good meals that are a part of our tradition. Dayum yall making me hungry!