Indiana Originals Features Dave VanWye of Amazing Hazels on 93.1 WIBC

On Sunday, March 18, 2018, Mel McMahon and Terri Stacy spoke with Dave VanWye of Amazing Hazels to check on the progress of Amazing Hazels Chili Sauce, where he has found help in building his business, and where you can buy his product! Hear a new featured member each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. on 93.1 WIBC. Thanks for listening! [audio mp3="/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Indiana-Originals-Amazing-Hazels-031818.mp3"][/audio] About Amazing Hazels: Hazel was born in 1897. When she was a child, her family made amazing sauces that were always a hit at the local fairs and annual pig roasts. When Hazel was a child, she helped her family make Chili Sauce and sold it to help make ends meet during the Great Depression. Hazel’s family’s sauces were a labor of love. There was no microwave, no food processor, and no grocery store to pop in to pick up a missing ingredient. Everything in the sauce was homegrown in an organic vegetable garden and homemade on a wood stove. The recipes have been passed on from generation to generation and my mom, Hazel’s daughter, made the sauces every once in awhile for special occasions. After my mother passed in 2011, were feared the recipes passed with her. Fortunately, some four years later when I was clearing out some boxes of my mother’s keepsakes, I found the chili sauce recipe–and some others! I am proud to introduce you to our first sauce, Hazel’s Chili Sauce, made with the same labor of love as my family has for generations. Hazel’s Chili Sauce is great as a base and a condiment. It’s fantastic on scrambled eggs, pulled pork, chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, on tortilla chips, as a soup base, as a chili base, or mixed with barbeque sauce! Let us know how you use Hazel’s Chili Sauce via Enjoy, Dave VanWye Hazel’s Grandson Learn more at   This production is made possible with the help of the following: Recorded with Terri Stacy, First Day | Broadcasted by 93.1 WIBC | Imaging by Steve O'Brien, SOVO Creative, Inc. | Music Credit to The Elms, "Back to Indiana"