Tired of pickles and want to use up the end of the cucumber run? How about this:
Of course, I'm not a fan of any condiments (with the possible exception of hot sauce) anyway, so the thought of cucumbers cooked with sugar, cinnamon, onion, cloves, and vinegar holds zero appeal for me, but maybe this sounds like a reasonable way to use up the crop for other people? I kind of wonder if a step is missing, too. There is no milling or pureeing step, so it seems more like this would be a relish than a "catsup."
What if you're the kind of person who wants to put catsup on your pork chops, but you worry that would seem weird? Well, maybe this would help:
I'm not sure how well a basic spiced applesauce would play with mustard, onion, and vinegar, but apparently it's a treat in Texas.
And maybe it's a little early to start thinking about Thanksgiving, but we're less than two months away now. What if you might want some festive catsup for the turkey?
It's sieved cranberry sauce with vinegar: the perfect holiday companion for catsup fiends!
Okay, just in case you wanted the classic, it's there too:
Now you have the perfect catsup for any fall occasion. Don't say I never gave you anything.