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Old 03-17-2018, 10:58 AM   #21
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I have 3 paprika's - Plain - smoked - and Hot Spanish

May I assume the regular type at the grocer's as plain is the sweet paprika referred to?
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I have 3 paprika's - Plain - smoked - and Hot Spanish

May I assume the regular type at the grocer's as plain is the sweet paprika referred to?
That was true in the old days, but I'm sure there are other options in the grocer's now. It's been so long since I've bought spices in the grocery store, I'm really just guessing.
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I have 3 paprika's - Plain - smoked - and Hot Spanish

May I assume the regular type at the grocer's as plain is the sweet paprika referred to?
I get paprika from a specialty spice store now (Savory Spice Shop), and the sweet Hungarian is nothing like the Plain old stuff in the grocery store. I also try to keep hot and smoked on hand as well. I use it a lot in meat rubs.

When it comes right down to it, chili powder is basically Mexican paprika... It's just ground mild chiles with a few spices added.
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I have pancake recipe I have yet to make, it fried in a thumb joint of butter and lard...
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I grew up in NE Ohio and fondly remember Isaly's chip chop ham and especially skyscraper ice cream cones, scooped with an elongated dipper that made the dipped ice cream come to a point. SNL's conehead people always reminded me of those Isaly treats.
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Old recipes on those 3x5 cards - bust 'em out Wife dug this old recipe card for me to cook tonight (had the neighbor over). It's labeled "Jessie's BBQ Isaly's Recipe". Jessie is a friend from 30 years ago. I could barely read the card it was so yellowed. Pound of Isaly's chopped ham (have deli cut it super thin -- almost transparent) or another brand of chopped ham jar of chili sauce half cup of brown sugar quarter cup vinegar teaspoon yellow mustard Combine all the ingredients except the ham in a pan and bring to a slight boil, then turn down the heat and let the sauce thicken for about 20 minutes, then add the ham (break it into small pieces as you drop into the sauce. Then heat thoroughly about another 5 minutes. Serve on fresh buns with a pickle on the side. [IMG]https://www.oakmontdeli.com/images/stories/content-images/chipham.jpg[/IMG] This Isaly's chopped ham is super popular around here in NE Ohio. I think they had a chain of delis/convenience stores as well as their meats. It was a treat to get one of these sandwiches and ice cream. Wife remembers going there as a kid a lot. I am from out west, so I didn't grow up with this. The Isaly's stores are closed but they still sell the meat. The sandwiches are delicious. Yummy. [IMG]https://yinzerella.files.wordpress.com/2014/11/isaly-ham-bbq.jpg?resize=420%2C236[/IMG] I guess this was the official recipe for this sandwich. But they are very similar. 3 stars 1 reviews
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