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Allen



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Location: Berks Co, Pa.

PostPosted: Monday 6-13-2011 6:55 am    Post subject: Looking for some pickle recipes Reply with quote

Our early bush pickle plant is producing and we're ready to try our hand at homemade pickles.
Anyone have some recipes for keeping pickles in the fridge and for canning?
We also have about ten bush pickle plants that will be producing in a month or so.

thanks,
Allen
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stan41



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Location: Texas

PostPosted: Monday 6-13-2011 8:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is the best and easiest pickle recipe I have ever found. I got it from my Aunt Pearl who has long since passed:

PEARL's DILL PICKLES
Makes enough for 9 quarts pickles
1 quart vinegar
3 quarts water
1 cup salt, plain
4 Tablespoons prepared mustard
Bring to a boil

In each quart jar place:
1/4 tsp. alum,
dill weed or seed,
2 cloves garlic, sliced.


Wash and dry cucumbers, pack in jars.
Pour boiling liquid over cucumbers in jars.
Process in boiling water bath 10 minutes.

Let them age 2 weeks before eating.

Stan
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Thruwurkin



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Location: Kennewick, WA

PostPosted: Monday 6-13-2011 3:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mustard Pickles

1 cup Sugar
1 cup prepared Mustard
1 cup Salt
1 gallon Vinegar
1 cup prepared Horseradish
2 gallons Cucumbers (small, pickling size)

Scrub Cucumbers and put in the above mixture.

These are ready to eat in 10 days.

Keep in a glass crock or a 1 gallon jar with cheese cloth "lid".

If using a jar, you can use the metal band that you'd use in canning but don't use the flat lid part, that's where the cheesecloth is used. This allows air in and "critters", dust, bugs etc. are kept out.

If you don't do this, you may get mold in them too

Thru
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PostPosted: Monday 6-13-2011 7:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am really partial to Bread and Butter. I am thinking of using the same brine for my green tomatos.
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