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    pickles

    Tart, sweet, and exotic. A snack, a great addition to any meal, or just a way to preserve fruits & vegetables. Pickles are always welcome!
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    When I was a kid, my best friend's mom make these pickles. Everyone in her family was addicted to them. Once my family had tried them, so were we and so she would give them to us as gifts. When I got married my husband loved them too and they were the first thing I ever canned from our garden. They are the best!

    Recipe #111045

    Spicy and delicious dill vegetable pickles. They are easy to make...I usually make a 5 gallon jug in the fall and give them away to my friends. They are usually ready by Thanksgiving. You can also use kirby cucumbers, peppers, hot or sweet, green tomatoes or any combination you like.

    Recipe #176386

    Don't remember where I found this one, but it is out of this world.

    Recipe #210395

    Boy, these bring back my childhood. I used to help mom make these every summer. My favorite part was the pickled piece of garlic in the bottom of the jar. These are definately worth the wait! Cook time is sittin time!

    Recipe #57232

    Dept. of Agriculture in Missouri has a fantastic Extension center with monthly newsletters about canning, gardening, etc. I collected several books on canning from them. The recipe here is posted at request.

    Recipe #97206

    By request, here are those old fashioned Red Hots Pickles...

    Recipe #28021

    Recipe #38712

    These pickles will find favor with those who don't like the sharp bite of most pickles. Fresh lemon juice gives a nice lift to the cucumbers. Complete Book of Small Batch Preserving.

    Recipe #98805

    20 Reviews |  By chia

    my mom loves this dish, said her mom made it the same way

    Recipe #47788

    I first tried this in an a restaurant in the Jewish Quarter of Krakow. It struck me as so simple and so good, I had to find a recipe.

    Recipe #227027

    23 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I started making my own pickles when I discovered how easy it was to do so. Now I can make them as hot or as mild as I like.

    Recipe #13070

    When canning any vegetable it is highly recommended that you hot water bath them. Pickles should be boiled in the jars for ten full minutes. If you add more water to the pot, wait until boil starts again to resume timing.

    Recipe #6992

    We love pickles and beets.

    Recipe #188548

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A delicious and unusual way to use up any extra figs you may have. From the US Regional Cookbook, Chicago Culinary Arts Institute, 1947. While this recipe is written in a relatively old-fashioned way, it is perfectly safe if processed using modern methods. If you are unfamiliar with these techniques, please go to http://www.uga.edu/nchfp/how/can_home.html for the current information.

    Recipe #129170

    A friend gave me this recipe and it's great. From the time she was a toddler, my daughter has loved to snack on this, the spicier the better. Adjust the ingredients to your taste, making it sweeter, spicier, or more sour. I know the sodium content in this will be astronomical, but remember that you don't consume all the soy sauce and that this is used as a condiment. Prep and cooking time does not include drying the daikon or allowing the pickles to sit overnight.

    Recipe #144844

    These are VERY SOUTHERN and VERY good! Serve with fried catfish and enjoy!

    Recipe #149376

    These are a wonderful treat and very easy to make.

    Recipe #199201

    I love a good pickled green bean recipe and these beans are very good!

    Recipe #31865

    This is an old timey ginger pickle..canning recipe. I wont say its the easiest in the world, but it makes very good pickles. I think the powdered lime is available most everywhere....Im sure the alum is. Hope ya'll like these....:-)

    Recipe #45078

    Cantaloupe actually makes a very tasty sweet pickle that is a wonderful change from the usual cucumber pickle. My grandma used to make these every summer and she would serve these as a sweet and light dessert any time of the year. I don't know where she got the recipe but this is a great way to use up those cantaloupes from the garden!

    Recipe #125428

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