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Soak freshly picked ... cucumbers or the pickles will be rubbery). ... several sprigs of dill, one clove ... before using to allow the pickles to mellow.
Boil first three ... with cucumbers and dill. Pour boiling ... to 2/3 up on jars. Do not process. This can be multiplied 10 times for 8 quarts of pickles.
Soak real small ... 1 head of Dill in each Quart ... jars of cucumbers. Process in very hot water, just steam until the green color is gone. DO NOT BOIL.
Boil canning salt, ... 2 sprigs of dill and 1 grape ... on top). Scrub pickles and pack in ... reference for more details on proper canning techniques.
Soak overnight as ... a layer of dill, then a ... vinegar, 3 cups water, and 1/2 cup salt to boiling point. Pour over cucumbers and dill to fill the jar. Seal.
Mix all together ... dissolved well. Pack pickles in jars. Add ... 2 or 3 dill heads. Add 1 ... can start eating them. Keep refrigerating after you open.
Mix the ingredients ... hot jars, add dill weed, large garlic ... hot solution over pickles, seal and ... (lid down) in boiling water for about 4 minutes.
Wash cucumbers and ... a sprig of dill on top. Cover ... container of dill pickles sliced lengthwise in the refrigerator, ready for sandwich. They are good.
Drain, wash; cut pickles into approximately 1 ... mixture over pickles and seal. Ready to eat after about a week. The pickles taste best when served ice cold.
Rub both sides of meat with mustard, salt and pepper. Lay meat flat. Put one slice of crumbled bacon, 1 wedge of onion, pickle and tomato on meat. ...
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