|by Jude W. Theriot|
Now lovers of Cajun cooking can have their gumbo and eat it too! The recipes in this cookbook cover a tremendous range from standard American favo...
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Slice unpeeled cucumbers ... 1 1/2 teaspoons dill seed, 1 teaspoon ... 2 or 3 garlic cloves, 1/4 teaspoon ... 1 whole small hot pepper, if using. ... a boiling water bath.
Sort freshly picked ... 1 large clove garlic, 2 heads dill and 1 whole small hot red pepper. In ... recommendations are for pickles to be processed ... Claussen, Freeborn County Fair, Minnesota
Boil a large ... sterilized jar with dill. Bring vinegar to a boil with pickling spices, garlic and hot pepper and boil ... 24 hours. Store pickles in a cool, ... Makes 1 quart jar.
Select firm fresh ... 1 head fresh dill, 2 to 3 cloves garlic and 1 small red or green hot pepper. Bring water, ... jars packed with pickles (about 20-30 medium ... to darken and shrivel.
Bring vinegar, water ... add 1 clove garlic and 1 red pepper. Pour boiling hot vinegar solution over ... Seal. Process in boiling water bath 5 minutes.
Sterilize 4 1-quart ... (or more) cloves garlic (peeled), a ring of hot pepper (or a ... a sprig of dill with seeds attached. ... Half of the pickles will lose their ... pickles will be soft.
Soak freshly picked ... cucumbers or the pickles will be rubbery). ... several sprigs of dill, one clove of garlic at the top ... the pickles to mellow.
Put garlic, stalk of dill and dill in ... Let come to a boil, pour over cucumbers and dill in jar; seal with hot lids. Let stand 6-8 weeks before opening.
Wash and dry ... a layer of dill, 1 clove of garlic and 1/2 tablespoon ... cucumbers. Put sterile lids and rings on tight. Store in cool, dark cupboard 4-6 weeks.
Let your water, ... Then put your pickles in the boiling ... 2 pieces of garlic in jars and dill on the bottom. ... Then seal. Can also put in hot pepper.
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