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Fellowship Recap: Chamoy Pickle Tasting

Chamoy Pickle kits have been all the rage lately, so it was no surprise that a Chamoy Pickle

tasting event was one of the most highly requested events of the semester. With the help of our amazing historian Allison, we were able to coordinate the event and witness some of the greatest culinary creations known to mankind.

The kits themselves came with the pickles, Fruit by the Foot, Takis, and other toppings to make the pickles spicier or more sour. Ideally, you would eat the pickle with everything on it, but some brothers wanted to experiment and make new combinations with the toppings.

We split the attendees into groups of 4-5, and let them cook. What truly made the event memorable, in my opinion, was the sense of community it fostered. As we sampled the different mixtures of Chamoy Pickle, exchanging reactions and recommendations, I felt a sense of camaraderie and fellowship with my brothers. It was a fun and lighthearted way to connect with others and bond over a shared experience. There were a lot of memorable moments, like David breaking the TV in GPH, or me chugging an entire bag of Chamoy pickle juice.

Moreover, the event served as a reminder of the importance of exploring new and

unconventional flavors. It's easy to stick to familiar foods, but stepping out of our comfort zones can lead to delightful discoveries. A lot of brothers ended up enjoying the pickles, or realizing that it wasn’t as bad as they thought. The Chamoy Pickle tasting event encouraged us to embrace culinary experimentation and embrace the unexpected.

Overall, the event was a resounding success, thanks to the creativity and enthusiasm of the

brothers who attended. It left me with a newfound appreciation for the power of food to bring people together and create lasting memories. I look forward to future events that push the boundaries of taste and foster fellowship within our community.


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