It started with a vivid memory of a bright pink syrup, drizzled over chipped ice, a staple of my childhood summers in Corpus Christi. The exact composition of this enigmatic concoction has long been shrouded in secrecy, but I was on a quest to figure it our so that I could bring it to San Antonio and serve it on the Chamoy City Limits truck.
Kool-aid pickles are probably the #1 snack tray that we serve. Customers request chopped kool-aid pickles as a raspa topping--or alone in a tray dressed with homemade chamoy and fresh lemon juice. Here at Chamoy City Limits, our kool-aid pickles aren't just pickles with kool aid on top. For the first time we are going to share our secret methods with our readers. We hope you enjoy!
Fruit shrubs, also known as drinking vinegars, have a long history that dates back centuries. The origins of shrubs can be traced to ancient civilizations, particularly in the Middle East and the Mediterranean region. Let's explore the history of shrubs and their evolution over time. Learn how we use them to make our chamoy raspas and snowcones here at Chamoy City Limits.