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August 19, 2009

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Rebecca

I'm not much of a pickle person, but I'm definitely going to show this to my husband - he'd love it!

whit

thank you thank you thank you! i've never seen pickling explained so simply and clearly for people like me. ;O) now i can't wait to plant cukes next summer!!!

Mary@TurkeyFarm Treasures

We had a bumper crop here as well. A double batch of fridge pickles are being consumed at an furious clip.
This morning the boys packed cheddar cheese, mayo, and pickle sandwiches for their work lunches.

one gal's trash

I have never made pickles before, I think I'll give it a try. Thanks! You got a mention on my blog.
Bye for now,
Pam

Julie

Wow - who knew - you are one talented gal! Unfortunately the only bumper crop I have here is mosquitoes - but I might just track down some cucs at the Farmers Market - Thanks for sharing! Jewels

Martha

Our neighbor when we were growing up in Oklahoma planted what she called "pickling cucumbers" which I think were smallish. Those vines would overgrow her garden into the back yard, and my sisters and I liked to find turtles hiding in the leaves. Will any variety of cucumber work? I want to try it.

LiLi M.

Mmmm I am going to a farmers market this Saturday. I'll see if I can get some of those small cucumbers over there. I think this sounds delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

Lisa

YUMMY!!!
Hugs, Lisa

Lavender Dreams

How beautiful! I always loved canning when I had gardens!

Tina in Duluth

My mouth is watering for pickles at 5 am!

We've had THE BEST year ever for fruit, but I've not had luck with cucumbers. I made one batch of refrigerator pickles, and like at your house, they only lasted a couple of days. I'll just look at the pictures of yours while I continue to salivate...

I hope you get some in jars for the middle of winter.

belinda

oh yum....i have an easy recipe too...called 'sunshine pickles'...they sit out in the sun for 7-8 days...strange uh...but they are fab!!

susan

your pickles sound so tasty
i might have to see if i can pick up some pickling cucs next farmers market day

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