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    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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    Is your fig tree overburdened? Try this delicious treat! This must stand 12 to 24 hours before canning.

    Recipe #70962

    These refrigerator pickles are easy and versatile. The recipe calls for cauliflower and carrots but you can use any equivalent amount of cucumbers, broccoli, peppers, brussels sprouts, baby squash or baby zucchini. These will keep for several weeks in the refrigerator. This recipe comes from the Chicago Tribune Good Eating section. Prep time does not include standing and chilling time.

    Recipe #68021

    Mom made these when I was a kid and they were quite a treat. I sometimes make them for my own family and they don't last long. They are such an unusual food that they make for quite the conversation.

    Recipe #39027

    This recipe came from my former MIL who just turned 90 years old. She can run circles around me. She made this recipe for me about 30 years ago. I turned my nose up at them until she made me try one, then I was hooked.

    Recipe #156807

    Serve with wedges of stilton, sharp cheddar or blue cheese. Not for the faint of heart or palate.

    Recipe #10868

    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

    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

    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

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

    Recipe #28021

    3 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe was given to me by a Grand Southern Lady who wrote on the recipe card-they's about the same-I like this best. I like them too.

    Recipe #12692

    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

    These pickles are wonderful for busy people. No need to can. My husbands grandmother gave me this and they are just great whole family loves them.

    Recipe #10404

    Everyone should try this southern treat just once! You can make 'em spicy by adding some hot sauce or using garlic pickles. Another recipe found on the www.ilovepickles.com site. Prep time includes refrigeration time.

    Recipe #215289

    A good side for roasted meats.

    Recipe #11494

    This recipe came from a next door neighbour, who was East Indian. I found these pickles interesting. In comparison to other recipes for lime pickles they seem alot alike.

    Recipe #11269

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Another good one for holiday gifts-good with cheese and biscuts.

    Recipe #9940

    Don't be tricked by the simple recipe. Serve this 1950's side dish to any British Baby Boomer Parent you have or know and watch the tears well up. This is a quick and easy traditional British table condiment, guaranteed to stir their memories.

    Recipe #213748

    This is a very old recipe given to me by one of the finest cooks in our church. It is a very sweet pickle, and takes a long time... about 3 weeks. It is also highly prized and a favorite of all my sweet pickle loving relatives and friends. I make sure I have at least 3 jars, when I get low, I know it is time to make more. This and the curry pickle are a staple in my pantry. The amounts for Nutrition Facts will be hard to figure. I grow cucumbers, and I use a 2 gallon crock in this particular adventure, so let's assume it is 6 pounds of cucumber. The amounts are approximate... how much is one serving of a jar of pickles, anyway! This recipe taught me to understand pickles. It would be considered a long brine pickle. Good luck, if you make it! It is well worth it. As I am writing the instructions, I wonder if anyone will try to make these wonderful pickles. (They do go for about $10 a jar at our church's annual "Lord's Acre Day" auction)

    Recipe #186746

    This is great with fish, and cold meats. Even with snack biscuits. This was given to me by a customer where I work.

    Recipe #160429

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