|The Hamlyn Griddling Cookbook|
|by Nicky (ed) Hill|
The use of the griddle pan has increased rapidly and it is becoming one of the most popular cooking methods for healthy eating.
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Sort freshly picked ... 1/8 teaspoon powdered alum, 1 large ... recommendations are for pickles to be processed ... Claussen, Freeborn County Fair, Minnesota
About 15 medium size cucumbers, cut in chunks (if small ones are used, pierce with tooth pick or steel fork to keep from shriveling). Make a brine ...
Merle has been making these pickles for many years, ... water. Dissolve the Alum in 3 quarts ... relatives, who will "relish" them!! 's son in law, Dave
Combine first 7 ingredients in large sauce pan. Gradually stir in mustard, then vinegar and water. Cover; bring to a boil. Meanwhile wash cucumbers; ...
Scrub cucumbers. Discard ... of water, adding alum. Pour mixture ... cucumbers. Seal in hot sterilized jars and process in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes.
The alum step in this ... omitted, but the pickles will soften slightly ... space. Adjust lids and process pints in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes.
Slice cucumbers and ... gallon water add alum and pour over pickles, let stand ... mornings. Put into jars and be sure juice covers pickles. Boil lids and seal.
Place sliced pickles in brine mixture ... cold water; add alum, simmer slowly ... hour until they look clear. Pack in hot jars and seal. Keep syrup boiling.
Put cucumbers, vinegar, salt, alum and spices in ... jar, I put in refrigerator and use as needed. Keeps a long time. Just wash cucumbers, put in jar whole.
Peel, slice and ... 1 cup vinegar, alum and red food ... overnight. Place cucumbers in jars. Reheat syrup and pour over cucumbers in jars and seal at once.
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