|Ice Cream: The Ultimate Cold Comfort|
|by Jeri Quinzio|
The discovery of a new dish does more for human happiness than the discovery of a star, the noted gourmet Brillat-Savarin once wrote.
Tip: Try canning pickles for more results.
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In a 4 ... gallons of filtered cold water (do not ... water or the pickles will not ferment ... 1 pound of canning or Kosher salt. ... 1/4-inch headspace in jars.
Fill a quart jar with pickles about the size ... salt. Pour in cold, filtered water ... water bath for 10 minutes, if desired; leave 1/4-inch headspace.
Clean and scrub ... of 1 cup canning salt and 1 gallow cold water. Leave the ... the liquid. Pack pickles into canning jars. ... minutes (pints and quarts).
Set 24 hours. Rinse then soak in clear water 3 to 4 hours. Drain. Soak cold 12 hours, then bring to boil and simmer 35 minutes and seal in fruit jars.
Pack cucumbers in ... of salt, 1 teaspoon alum and 1/2 cup of white vinegar. Fill jars with cold water, seal tight, shake well and put on shelf. All done!
Make brine with COLD water and salt. ... back over rind in crock. The next AM, reheat pickles and syrup. Bring to boil and pack in sterile jars and seal.
Pare the melon ... the salt in cold water in a ... overnight. Prepare home canning jars. Drain rind, ... Pour syrup over pickles. Process 10 ... water. Makes 6 pints.
Peel watermelon rind, ... Cover rind with cold water in saucepot; ... add sugar, cinnamon and cloves. Boil for 15 minutes; put in canning jars and seal.
Merle has been making these pickles for many years, ... Merle puts a canning jar full of ... cukes well under cold water. Dissolve the ... 's son in law, Dave
Soak washed cucumbers ... overnight (1/2 cup canning salt to a ... jar and fill with cold water. Put covers on. These will not "work". The seal will hold.
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