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    While I was growing up, this was one dish you could expect to find at every picnic or family get-together in the summer. My kids always expect me to make it when they come over for dinner too. Cooking time represents the chill time.

    Recipe #157148

    I decided to post this because none of the other Kim Chi recipes have a key ingredient that all Korean women I know use: pul, or rice water. I have made kim chee with many different Korean women who come from all over South Korea. I have never made Kim Chee the same way twice, even when I've made it more than once with the same woman. Like good Korean cooks, these women never measure, and I never have either, so the amounts listed are estimates. The taste buds are the ultimate judges, so taste a little of the Kim Chee before you've mixed it all up. Read the entire recipe for tips before buying ingredients. Good luck!

    Recipe #173218

    In our backyard, there is a plum tree and it went crazy last season and we had oodles of plums. I was looking for ways to use the fruit and found this delicious recipe for chutney that came from the Red Castle Inn B&B in Nevada City, CA. I gave three of the jars away as Christmas gifts and it was a hit!

    Recipe #40244

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great Polish side dish for all you beet lovers.Serve over greens for a nice salad or all alone. Check out my polish Potato and Beet Salad recipe #66870 which has beets in it. We serve the potato salad for Easter.

    Recipe #84141

    10 Reviews |  By yogi

    Another pickled onion recipe... so good on sandwiches. My favorite is salmon on dark bread with these pickled onions on top, which would also be a great appetizer if cut up.

    Recipe #39937

    It's cherry time!!! Cherry vinegar for many uses,

    Recipe #34165

    1 Reviews |  By Derf

    Excellent accompaiment to any cold roast meats, pates, etc, and an excellent nibbler.

    Recipe #34033

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    One of our members has been looking for a pickled beet recipe that isn't on the sweet side, and I just found this so I'm posting it so we can all share. I've not made it (but I likely will since pickled beets are a favourite of mine) but any recipe from Rose Murray, one of Canada's great cookbook authors, is definitely to be trusted.

    Recipe #87821

    2 Reviews |  By Derf

    A good side for any BBQ'd meats. Quick and easy.

    Recipe #29517

    1 Reviews |  By Derf

    Particularly good with lamb or beef, or any meats

    Recipe #29522

    104 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe is from a friend's, daughter's mother-in-law (kinda like a 5th cousin twice removed and it is delicious! If you want it "HOT" just add a dozen finely chopped jalapenos. I do not water bath the jars but I am very careful with sterilizing and make sure the lids are sealed. I you feel better waterbathing them do it for 15 minutes.

    Recipe #11217

    58 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I love these peppers on hot dogs, hamburgers or what ever. They are so easy to make. You can double the recipe with no problem. I have never water bathed these pickles the jars have always sealed securely and I have used them a year or so later, Just be sure that the top has sealed and you have heard it POP. If the jar does not seal fully store in the fridge and use within a couple of months. As you can see from the picture, I often mix hot Jalapeno, Anaheim, Banana and any other peppers on hand - the result is medium hot pickled peppers. If you are at all concerned about food safety and would feel better water-bathing them, by all means do so - Just follow the instructions is any canning book - I recommend 15 minutes in the water-bath.

    Recipe #17254

    6 Reviews |  By Derf

    We usually have a bottle of these in the fridge, a very nice pickle! from Canadian Diabetes Association

    Recipe #24086

    7 Reviews |  By Bergy

    For your next Turkey, Ham or Chicken dinner try this instead of the usual canned cranberries. It can be addictive!

    Recipe #11525

    2 Reviews |  By Derf

    Lovely with poultry of any kind, also nice with pork. (I think this originally came from Reader's Digest).

    Recipe #12649

    37 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a sweet cucumber pickle. These pickles stay crisp for up to a year in the freezer. They are so easy to make and very good. I have just defrosted a bag (pictured here) after 8 months in the freezer and they are still as crisp as the day I made them.

    Recipe #9458

    60 Reviews |  By Derf

    So Simple So Deeelisious!! as a side with any thing. (from Canadian living mag.)

    Recipe #72774

    Here's a spicy, Texas-style version of apple chutney that is great on any grilled chicken, beef, or even fish. Excellent mix of hot and sweet. Prep time includes 1 hour in refrigerator.

    Recipe #38471

    Use this on whole or cut up pieces of meat. If the chili powder seems to hot for you, leave it out, it will still be a nice spice mix. There is no salt added to the mix.When marinating small pieces of meat I like to add fresh cut up coriander leaves. Marinating time can be 20 minutes and up to a day. Together with the lemon juice you can also use buttermilk or yogurt.

    Recipe #58843

    This is always in my kitchen cupboard and has many uses. Add to pasta, soups, stir fries, sauces, bruchetta, dips, etc. For a spicy bread dip use the oil and add fresh chopped herbs (parsley, basil, coriander) and garlic, add balsamic vinegar and salt and pepper to taste!!! The oil does not have to mature, it is ready to use after you have made it. Don't forget to add this to your gift baskets!

    Recipe #46217

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