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Old 08-12-2008, 11:40 AM   #1
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Dill Pickles

We did up a batch of Grandpa Ks Crock Dills
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where's the kool aid?
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where's the kool aid?
Those are only for the store bought ones...when you going to try it Cappy?
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Pickle time already? Man summer goes by fast.
What's the Kool Aid thing?
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How'd they turn out I've been trying different recipes for years and have yet to make any I like as well as store bought - can't get them crisp enough. Sat, I started a batch made from the supposed Clausen recipe for kosher dills.
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Dave what don't you make? Pickles look good nice job.
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Pickle time already? Man summer goes by fast.
What's the Kool Aid thing?
remind me this Friday...going to a cookout
this Saturday with a couple of teenagers, might
try it out on them
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How'd they turn out I've been trying different recipes for years and have yet to make any I like as well as store bought - can't get them crisp enough. Sat, I started a batch made from the supposed Clausen recipe for kosher dills.
Ice the pickles down for a few hours before you brine them
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Pickle time already? Man summer goes by fast.
What's the Kool Aid thing?
remind me this Friday...going to a cookout
this Saturday with a couple of teenagers, might
try it out on them
Thats kind on unsettling....
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Pickle time already? Man summer goes by fast.
What's the Kool Aid thing?
remind me this Friday...going to a cookout
this Saturday with a couple of teenagers, might
try it out on them
Thats kind on unsettling....
That's the main reason he can't leave South Carolina.
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[quote=Bruce B]
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Pickle time already? Man summer goes by fast.
What's the Kool Aid thing?
remind me this Friday...going to a cookout
this Saturday with a couple of teenagers, might
try it out on them
Thats kind on unsettling....
That's the main reason he can't leave South Carolina. [/quote:304vrdcn]

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no pics no teenagers.

oh wait it's me
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I need to pickle some sausages & eggs Cajun style soon
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Ok, here's my closely guarded pickle recipe. Took much experimentation. Follow the measurements very closely.
After a week IN THE FRIG you will have crunchy dill garlic pickles.

Enough for 2, plus a little more, pickle jars. Slice pickles at least in half long wise.


8 pickle size cucumbers
2 1/4 cups water
1 cup white vinegar
2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp sugar
1 tsp ground black pepper
2 tbs dried dill seed
2 tbs dried dill weed
3 cloves minced garlic
1 tsp whole mustard seed



Mix all ingredients in sauce pan, except pickles and garlic. Bring to a simmer and let cool. Stuff pickles in 'saved pickle jars' and add cooled brine. Divide garlic between jars. KEEP REFRIGERATED.


Yield: 2 1/2 cups juice
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Chill the cukes before like Wit said?
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I never tried it. Sure can't hurt anything. I thought it was pretty cool that I washed the dirt off first.
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The last batch I made had some leftover juice. I cut up some onion and ripe tomatoes and stuffed into a jar.
4 days have passed and I tasted it tonight. The Toms were way good, better than I expected. I also dropped a hard boiled egg in there too, but it's too early to try it.
So, after finishing the pickles, load the jar with toms.
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