"From my Grandmother's Kitchen to Your Table". When I was growing up in Mississippi, chow chow was part of all meals and at every family's table. A tradition in many Southern families was to preserve vegetables for the winter, and chow chow was typically crafted from vegetable leftovers. "Mariah" is a family name that has been passed down through generations; it only felt right to name this family inspired recipe something close to the heart. The first time I made and canned my own chow chow, I felt a close connection to my grandmother, and remembered my childhood in the South- warm memories of family and food. I began making chow chow as a hobby, so I could share those same memories with family and friends, and today it's turned into a full time business. Open a jar and "Relish What You Eat"!