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Combine onion, cucumbers, garlic and salt. Mix well. Cover with ice cubes let stand three hours. Drain well. Mix sugar, vinegar, mustard seed and ...

1. In large skillet with a lid, saute crushed garlic 3 minutes. 2. Add onion, bell pepper and celery, saute for 2 minutes. 3. Slice zucchini about ...

Slice cucumber 1/4" apart to fill pint jar loosely. Pour in 1 tablespoon of salt, 4 teaspoon sugar and 1 tablespoon mustard seed. Fill pint jar with ...

Fill jars with cucumbers and onions. Add sprig of dill, hot brine and seal.

Slice cucumbers thin ... and pour over pickles in jars and seal. One batch of ... about 4 quarts if packed tight. You can use as much onion as you like.

Put dill, sliced ... size or larger pickles lengthwise. Pack pickles ... both pickles until pickles turn dull green. Water should not boil, just very hot.

Cucumbers should be ... 2 pints of pickles if packed tightly. ... seed 1 tsp. mustard seed I put jars in a canner of boiling water and let stand until cool.

Combine sliced cucumbers, pepper, cauliflower and onions. Sprinkle salt over the mixture. Cover with ice cubes and let stand for 3 hours. Drain well. ...

Soak in salt 2 hours and drain. 1 c. vinegar Let stand about 2 hours. Put in jars and place in refrigerator.

Combine cucumbers, onion, garlic, green pepper and salt; let stand in cool place several hours or overnight. Heat to boiling point the honey, ...

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