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I am looking for easy recipes for pickling cucumbers.  Please share with me! Thank you!
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Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 8:12 AM EDT
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Hi Gale... Here is the recipe for the Refrigerator Pickles: 8 CUPS SLICED THIN PICKLES 1 CUP SLICED ONIONS 1 TABLESPOON SALT (LET STAND 3 HOURS) SYRUP - 2 CUPS SUGAR                  1 CUP VINEGAR                  1/2 TSP. TUMERIC                  1/2 TSP. CELERY SEED                  1/4 TABLESPOON ALUM (LET STAND 3 HOURS, THEN REFRIGERATE) This is good, I am addicted to them now!
Posted by Susan K


Thank you for sharing your recipe,it also looks good and easy too! Anymore I'm all about easy.Last year I canned and I had to have my son help me and it's just too hard for me to work with hot water,being in a wheelchair that's all I need is to get burned.It's almost better to make them this way,they are fresh and you can also make them quickly.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 8:12 AM EDT
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I have been telling my grandson about pickled watermelon rind.  This kid has loved watermelon since he was a baby. I have told him every part of the watermelon can be used but he does not believe ma about the rind. In my competitive spirit I have to show him Grandma is right. (And we all know Grandma's are NEVER wrong!) So if anyone has a recipe I would greatly appreciate it.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 8:40 AM EDT
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I love half sours and make them all the time with cucumbers from our garden. Here is the recipe that I use:
HALF-SOUR PICKLES 
12 sm. pickling cukes
1/4 tsp. dill seed
1/4 c. pickling salt
2 1/2 qts. water
2 lg. garlic cloves
1 tsp. pickling spice
1/4 c. white vinegar
Slice cukes into 1/2 inch rounds.

Boil the water, salt and vinegar in a large pot. Remove from the heat. Add the spices and the cukes. Place a plate or weight atop the cukes to keep them submerged. Allow to sit overnight (about 8 hours). Ready to eat. Keep refrigerated.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 8:44 AM EDT
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my favorit recipe that is pickling is the eggs.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 9:20 AM EDT
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I never made pickles but my mother-in-law always did and they were very good.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 3:00 PM EDT
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my favorit recipe that is pickling is the eggs.
Posted by Maryann O


When I make pickled beets I sometimes put a hard boiled egg in and I get a pretty pink egg a day or so later.  Don't do it often but it is an interesting thing to serve.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 7:10 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES : When I make pickled beets I sometimes put a hard boiled egg in and I get a pretty pink egg a day or so later.  Don't do it often but it is an interesting thing to serve.
Posted by nikki p


We love pickled eggs and beets,I just make them at Easter that way it's special,only being @ the holiday.My husband won't eat the beets but that is what is so good.I used Spenda and it worked out great.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 7:47 PM EDT
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I love half sours and make them all the time with cucumbers from our garden. Here is the recipe that I use: HALF-SOUR PICKLES   12 sm. pickling cukes 1/4 tsp. dill seed 1/4 c. pickling salt 2 1/2 qts. water 2 lg. garlic cloves 1 tsp. pickling spice 1/4 c. white vinegar Slice cukes into 1/2 inch rounds. Boil the water, salt and vinegar in a large pot. Remove from the heat. Add the spices and the cukes. Place a plate or weight atop the cukes to keep them submerged. Allow to sit overnight (about 8 hours). Ready to eat. Keep refrigerated.
Posted by Renee C


Renee...

Great recipe Renee, I just got some for cucumbers and I will try your recipe!

Thanks for sharing!

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/21/2011 9:58 PM EDT
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You're very welcome.  My grandmother used to make these when I was a child, then Mom carried on the tradition.  It's passed down to me but never written down.  I should probably write it out for my son since he and his daughter are "pickle fiends".    My son even has pickle ornaments for his Christmas tree lol!

I just noticed what I missed in the recipe.....salt.  Personally I don't put a lot in(just a little dash) but you can make them as salty as you want.

Re: FAVORITE PICKLING RECIPES

posted at 7/23/2011 5:30 PM EDT
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I just found a recipe for Refrigerator Pickle Zuchinni.  Looks good and I think I will try making some in the next 2 weeks!
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