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Harpy
3rd September 09, 10:28 PM
http://www.ilovepickles.org/

I had a sandwich made for me today containing pickled vegetables. It reinvigorated my long dormant love of this condiment.

Here, pickle lovers can come together and discuss the important things in life.

There will be prizes awarded for:

1. Best use of a pickle

2. Most strange/innovative combination of pickles with food

3. Best home recipe for pickles

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Ajamil
4th September 09, 01:42 AM
I love the pickled garlic cloves that come with certain jars of olives. I hate my work for using the same container for the beet slices and the pickled eggs; why must they deny me the red, beety goodness??

Harpy
4th September 09, 02:05 AM
Ewww, beetroot and eggs. I suggest you write a letter to HR.

EuropIan
4th September 09, 05:59 AM
pickled artichoke hearts

Kiko
4th September 09, 06:04 AM
Needs a poll:

Pickled cucumbers - Dill, garlic, sweet or sour?

Steve
4th September 09, 06:06 AM
*eyeballs Ian*

Yes, pickles...

Steve
4th September 09, 06:06 AM
Needs a poll:

Pickled cucumbers - Dill, garlic, sweet or sour?

DILL, poll closed.

Except maybe for hot pickles.

Kiko
4th September 09, 06:08 AM
Sometimes dill, but sometimes it's gotta be sweet pickles! Bread & Butter chips I think they call 'em. One of my earliest memories and the only one of my paternal grandmother, besides her dog.

Kiko
4th September 09, 06:08 AM
Also RELISH!

Steve
4th September 09, 06:12 AM
INDEED, poll is up!

jubei33
4th September 09, 09:13 AM
Japanese eggplant and daikon radish are pretty good. They have a bonito flavored and a spicy flavored kind that I like to eat. They have all kinds of pickles here, even cabbage and carrots. Tsukemono is what they call them.

We make our own dill pickles here too. We add a little more red pepper than most so they're a bit spicy. I used to come home from the gym and have a few, probably craving salt or something.

cucumbers, water, white vinegar, salt, black and red pepper, generous amount of garlic, mustard seed, dill...ah something else. cant remember, but that's the gist of it.

FickleFingerOfFate
4th September 09, 10:39 AM
Pickled eggs.


'nuff said.

Japuma
4th September 09, 01:04 PM
Hot pickled cauliflower and pickle mix... the best.

Toby Christensen
5th September 09, 12:03 AM
Patak's hot mango on rye with lamb and cheese.

Cullion
5th September 09, 09:33 AM
Different pickles for different jobs.

But Picallili deserves a mention:-

http://www.cookstr.com/photos/recipes/902/medium/recipe-902.jpg

It's got to have cauliflower in it.

Doritosaurus Chex
7th September 09, 04:33 PM
I prefer to have them deep fried and served with a side of ranch dipping sauce.

EuropIan
8th September 09, 12:40 AM
When staying with Steve there was a period where I was eating a jar of pickles a day..

Dill spears are fucking delicious

nihilist
9th September 09, 03:44 AM
Er, does your husband work late on Saturday night, Lily?

Neildo
9th September 09, 04:55 AM
pickled garlic stuffed manzanilla olives.




kimchi (in before derauslander!)

Harpy
9th September 09, 10:27 PM
I prefer to have them deep fried and served with a side of ranch dipping sauce.

Are you talking about cauliflower or pickles?

Ajamil
10th September 09, 08:29 AM
If he's Texan, he means everything.