|by Julian Jeffs|
Tells the history of sherry, stretching from Chaucer's wine of Lepe, through Shakespeare's sherris-sack, to the sherry of today.
1 - 10 of 55 for 7-day cucumber pickles
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Cut cucumbers 1/4" thick, wash ... sugar. Then add cucumbers and let stand 24 hours. Boil mixture slowly 1 hour and pack in jars. Makes 6 quarts. (12 pints)
Measure the amount ... 16 pounds of pickles in a 5 ... Cover the whole cucumbers with the brine water. Let stand 14 days. Rinse well. ... them. They keep indefinitely.
Into a clean ... 2 gallons of cucumbers, washed. Large ... 1 week. EIGHTH DAY: Drain cucumbers ... strain liquid. Place pickles in canning jars; ... over pickles and seal.
Combine all ingredients except cucumbers in large kettle, ... cucumbers and boil for only 5 minutes. Pack in jars hot and cover with syrup. Makes 8 pints.
Boil water and salt then pour over cucumbers. Let stand ... they ain't 8th day: Add 1 ... If desired, the pickles can be transferred ... be chilled before serving.
Use small cucumbers cut into half. ... gallons cucumbers. 1st day make a solution ... vinegar solution. Pack cucumbers in jars. Cover with hot solution. Seal.
2 gallon cucumbers cut in chunks ... sure to weigh pickles down with a ... soak for 7 days in a churn ... over pickles into the jars. (Do not boil pickles.)
Make brine, using ... of water. Cover cucumbers with brine and soak for 3 days, draining and ... point and pack cucumbers into hot sterile jars and seal.
First day: Wash cucumbers, whole or ... seventh day: Keep pickles submerged, removing scum ... never get enough of these pickles. They're so crisp and sweet!
Hot water for 4 days. Slice, let stand two days, let it come to a boil, put into jars.
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