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Old 08-05-2010, 03:10 AM
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I did about 80-90 jars , my patch is winding down and I bet the farm market is getting near done too....
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Oh geez, I've gotta find room in the fridge for a few jars. I wish I had a small extra fridge so I could really stock up. I may have to hit CL or some garage sales and see if I can find a small dorm size one.

I LOVE THESE PICKLES!!!

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Old 07-23-2011, 04:02 PM
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Oh geez, I've gotta find room in the fridge for a few jars. I wish I had a small extra fridge so I could really stock up. I may have to hit CL or some garage sales and see if I can find a small dorm size one.

I LOVE THESE PICKLES!!!

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I'm gonna take a pic of the inside of my fridge tonight... I already have 5 batches of pickled peppers, 3 batches of pickles,, and I just picked about 30 new cukes...


And my kitchen smells like a giant DOUCHE!!
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Made first 6 quarts yesterday, heres three of them. Made them last year too, and forgot to post about them. They are AWESOME, everybody wants some when i make them. Thanks sfw1960 for sharing such a great recipe, much appreciated.
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Thanks sfw1960 for sharing such a great recipe, much appreciated.
You guys just need to make sure you head the warnings that came with that pickle recipe (Robert did post the warning didn't he??)

It was from eating those pickles, for years, that caused Robert's hair to first kink up and then fall out. Doctors suspect (but have don't yet have irrefutable evidence) that the rest of his abnormalities were brought on by that recipe as well.
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I'm gonna take a pic of the inside of my fridge tonight... I already have 5 batches of pickled peppers, 3 batches of pickles,, and I just picked about 30 new cukes...


And my kitchen smells like a giant DOUCHE!!
Thanks Billy - I love the smell!!
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They look AWESOME, thanks!

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You guys just need to make sure you head the warnings that came with that pickle recipe (Robert did post the warning didn't he??)

It was from eating those pickles, for years, that caused Robert's hair to first kink up and then fall out. Doctors suspect (but have don't yet have irrefutable evidence) that the rest of his abnormalities were brought on by that recipe as well.
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That make it EASY to ignore posts from a PUTz like this!!


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Sam's club (18-22 Oz. containers) & the dollar stores (smaller Qty)...
As far as a recipe (better'n Claussens')
I make 'fridge pickles every year & peddle 'em at work...
I did 164 Qts. this year ( hot & garlic - BOTH).
I think the Qty. I sold ; speaks volumes about if they're any good or not!
If these don't rock your soX off , ya just DON'T like pickles....
Refrigerator Pickles

Recipe By : SFW



Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
2 quarts water
1 quart white vinegar
1 cup pickling salt
5 pounds cucumbers
1 bunch fresh dill
1 head garlic
1 Tbs minced dried garlic

Combine water, vinegar and salt. bring to a boil - add minced dried garlic. Remove from the heat and
refrigerate overnite in glass or plastic jars. Next day, scrub cucumbers. Put
some dill flowers and at least 5 peeled garlic cloves into each canning jar. (
I like to add peppercorns too). Pack cucumbers into jars nice and tight, cover
with cold brine, secure lids and refrigerate at least 3 days.
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NOTES : These need to stay in the fridge, but they're crispy and delicious!
Play around with the recipe, adding your favorite spices and herbs.
Try makin' Hotties ~
Like addin' jalapenos and cracked red pepper , cayenne...habanero Etc.


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Robert, these are the absolute best pickles I have ever made or tasted. I soaked the pickles in cold water over night but I added Alum to the water and they turned out very crisp.
Thanks for your recipe.
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Stolen from my computer at work. If you try the second one, you might want to scale it down...unless you REALLY like pickled cauliflower.



Bread and Butter Pickles:


4 Quarts Sliced Cucumbers
6 Each White Onions thin slices
1/3 Cup Coarse Salt
3 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon Turmeric
1 Teaspoon Celery Seed
2 Tablespoons Mustard Seed
3 Cups White Vinegar


Method:

• Combine Ingredients
• Heat to a boil to dissolve sugar
• Pour over cucumbers and onion
Store in Fridge for 3-7 days.


Pickled Cauliflower

Ingredients:

2 Cases Cauliflower
1 Quart Oil
5 Gallon White Vinegar
1 Gallon Water
1 Cup Pickling Spice
1 Dozen Hungarian Peppers
5 Cups Sugar

Method:

• Heat water, sugar, pickling spice, and 3 gallons of vinegar until sugar dissolves.
• Take off heat add the rest of the ingredients.
• Pour over cauliflower.
• Cover and put in cooler for 24 hours.
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Robert, these are the absolute best pickles I have ever made or tasted. I soaked the pickles in cold water over night but I added Alum to the water and they turned out very crisp.
Thanks for your recipe.
You're welcome!
You really don't need the alum, the best is using all VERY fresh ingredients!
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Stolen from my computer at work. If you try the second one, you might want to scale it down...unless you REALLY like pickled cauliflower.



Bread and Butter Pickles:


4 Quarts Sliced Cucumbers
6 Each White Onions thin slices
1/3 Cup Coarse Salt
3 Cup Sugar
1 Teaspoon Turmeric
1 Teaspoon Celery Seed
2 Tablespoons Mustard Seed
3 Cups White Vinegar


Method:

Combine Ingredients
Heat to a boil to dissolve sugar
Pour over cucumbers and onion
Store in Fridge for 3-7 days.


Pickled Cauliflower

Ingredients:

2 Cases Cauliflower
1 Quart Oil
5 Gallon White Vinegar
1 Gallon Water
1 Cup Pickling Spice
1 Dozen Hungarian Peppers
5 Cups Sugar

Method:

Heat water, sugar, pickling spice, and 3 gallons of vinegar until sugar dissolves.
Take off heat add the rest of the ingredients.
Pour over cauliflower.
Cover and put in cooler for 24 hours.
Just try mine next season Chris, you'll be surprised - I guarantee it.

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They have started, I have been too busy with work to even goof with them and I need to at least make a friends & family batch which should be pretty small,especially Ed - he won't be getting any!


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I have NOT been sleeping Ed - I've been watching you - thinking about reporting you to Mike wells about what you do with all those stinky beavers after you get them in that dark garage....
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I am going to try this recipe this weekend. So you cool the brine over night then put it into the jars? I read a similar recipe that calls for the brine to be hot. If this way works best I will try it. I also plan on making a batch off pickled carrots as well. YUM!!!
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