Y’all like pickles?

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  1. stxrus

    stxrus Friend of Leo's

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    Since we’re running out of pantry space trying to keep a 3 week supply of non perishable items on hand we did our usually pantry purge 3 months early. There are things we were gifted, thought it was a good idea, or just forgot it existed. Found a couple of expired things, some opened that never got closed properly, and 3 jars of gifted pickles
    Backyard Brine is the brand name.
    Rowdy Pepper Jelly - habanero dills
    Dill Death Do Us Part - garlic dills
    Sweet Heat - jalapeño bread and butter pickles

    We’ve only tried the Sweet Heat and while it’s not overpowering there is a bit of bite to bread and butter pickles. They are great on a pepper jack grilled cheese with ham sandwich

    I do a dill pickle dip that I think would be fantastic with the garlic dills

    The habanero dill should go great with pulled pork, ribs, burgers, and fish & chips.
    I don’t fry so I usually get my fish & chips from Salt (a great new restaurant) and if we can ever dine in again I’ll bring my pickles. Maybe they will decide to use Rowdy Pepper Jelly and I can save mine
     
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    Love pickles, especially spicy sweet ones. I could live on them.
     
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    Polski Wyrobi fan here.
     
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    These were a nice “find”. I’m going to order more from them when we get down a bit. I’m afraid to check out their site because I see me ordering one of each
     
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    Only on cheeseburgers and that’s only been in the last couple years. I went 30 years hating them. One day a switch got flipped and now they’re basically essential to a burger for me now.
     
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    Nope. Not even a little.
     
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    No more than three at a time. o_O
     
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    I just had Famous Dave's "Devil's Spit" pickles on a sandwich.
    Nice little bite to those pickles.
     
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    Not a vegetarian but I've always loved vegetables and fruit over cooked desserts and even meat.
    Just my taste as we were very poor and grew up on little meat . Love fish too.
     
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    Love 'em! Most any kind, even Achaar, those Indian pickles with lime you get at the Indian restaurants.
     
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    Me too. I grew up knowing only two kinds of pickles: Polish dill (mmm) and "sweet" (yuck).

    The locals here love their "half sour" and "full sour" pickles, but I don't. When I'm served these things, I give them to someone else unless I'm very hungry.
     
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    Yum. A lot to sample there!
     
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    I eat at least one every day. Claussen half spear dill is my go to. I like the crunch.

    But my drummer has gotten into gardening and canning since he retired, and I probably have 5 or more jars of pickles he's brought me. I think he gives me the experimental batches that he's not fond of. Some are way too hot (he grows his own peppers too), and others have too much vinegar (9% vs 5%). His bread and butter is pretty good though. But he is getting better after a couple of years of doing it.

    The only down side is that my wife won't kiss me after I've eaten one!

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    Hungarian pickles

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    If you like SPICY pickle chips, then the next time you go to Walmart look for Sam's Choice Spicy Maple Bourbon, Thai Chili, HOT Mango Habanero pickles (in that order of "heat") stocked near the standard dill pickle area in the store. These are not available in Sam's Club, at least not in my area, only at Walmart.
     
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    Pickles look pretty good when you're hungry .
     
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    Pickled what?
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    If by "pickles" you mean something that has been pickled and not just a pickled cucumber, then the world's biggest picklers are Indians. They pickle everything, but my favourite is pickled limes with chili. If you ate a spoonful at one go, the top of your head would pop off, but you can't eat Indian food without pickles.

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