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Recipes Featuring Pickle

  • Sweet Cucumber Pickle
    4 lbs cucumbers, sliced Brine Salt Alum Ginger tea 1 quart cider vinegar 1 pint water 3 lbs sugar Mace Cinnamon Cloves Celery seed Ginger, sliced
  • Green Pickle | Cucumbers, snaps, etc
    Cucumbers, snaps, etc Brine Grape leaves Weak vinegar 2 tsps powdered alum Cider vinegar Seasoning: 2 ounces mace 1/2 lb ginger, scalded & sliced 2 ounces cloves 2 ounces cinnamon 2 ounce
  • Yellow Pickle | For the pickle:
    For the pickle: 2 gallons cider vinegar 2 lbs sugar 1 ounce turmeric 3 ounces allspice 1 ounce cloves 1 ounce mace 1 pint mustard seed 2 Tbsps celery seed Other: Cabbage Brine Plain vine
  • Sweet Peach Pickle
    4 lbs peaches 2 lbs white sugar 1/2 ounce mace 1/2 ounce cinnamon 1/2 ounce cloves 1 pint white vinegar
  • Cucumber Pickle
    Cucumbers Grape leaves 2 gallons cider vinegar 1 cup ginger, bruised 1 cup mustard seed 1 cup garlic 2 onions, finely chopped 2 ounces black pepper 4 ounces celery seed 1/2 ounce mace 1/2 ou
  • Green Tomato Pickle | 8 quarts tomatoes, sliced
    8 quarts tomatoes, sliced 1 dozen onions, chopped Salt 1 gallon vinegar 3 lbs sugar 1 1/2 ounces ground pepper 1 ounce whole cloves 1 ounce mustard seed 1 ounce allspice 1 cup mustard
  • Cabbage Pickle
    Cabbage Salt 2 gallons strong vinegar 1 pint white mustard seed 4 ounces ginger 3 ounces black pepper 3 ounces allspice 1 ounce mace 1 ounce cloves 1 ounce turmeric 1 large handful horseradi
  • Chopped Cabbage Pickle | 1/2 gallon cabbage, cut as for slaw
    1/2 gallon cabbage, cut as for slaw Brine Onions, chopped 1 small cut onion 1 lb brown sugar 1 small box mustard 1/2 lb white mustard seed 1 small cup horseradish, grated 1/2 ounce mace 1 Tbs
  • Pickle
    Equal quantities of: Onion, sliced Cucumber Sour apple Add salt and cayenne to taste 1/2 pint Vinegar 4 Tbsps Sherry 4 Tbsps Soy sauce
  • Jumbo Pickle
    1 head of cabbage, finely chopped Salt 1 onion, finely minced Pepper Celery seed Vinegar

About Pickle

  • "Kosher dill" pickles are made with garlic and are not necessarily kosher in all cases
  • Pickles are a good source of fiber and can help with digestion
  • Dill pickles are healthier than most because they contain less sugar and also have good health seasonings such as garlic and tumeric
  • Pickles have some health benefits including low fat and cholesterol content
  • Pickles are high in sugars and sodium
  • Pickles are thought to have originated in the year 2400 BC in Mesopotamia
  • Pickles were popular in England during the Middle Ages and were mentioned in several Shakespeare plays
  • Americans consume pickles at a rate of about 9 pounds per person annually
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