|The Book of Desserts|
|by Kathryn Hawkins|
You'll be glad you saved room for this dessert cookbook. The newly revised edition of a popular backlist title in the Book Of series, features a w...
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1 - 8 of 8 for overnight dill pickles
Wash and dry ... sterile jars with dill head in top ... Pour hot over pickles; seal tight. ... water. Let stand overnight or until cold. Remove from water and store.
Cut cucumbers in halves then in quarters. Place in jar with dill weed. Boil water, vinegar, garlic and salt. Pour over cucumbers and refrigerate overnight.
Wash, scrub, drain ... brine, let sit overnight. Drain. Combine ... seed, garlic and dill to each jar. ... sediment. Add 1 tablespoon vinegar per gallon.
Soak medium cucumbers overnight in brine made ... small bunches of dill. Pack cucumbers ... screw bands tight. Process in boiling water bath 15 minutes.
Wash cucumbers and ... brine and soak overnight. Drain. Combine ... leaves. Add garlic, dill and hot peppers ... may be kept in definitely without sealing.
Drain juice from pickles. Mix with ... Put in refrigerator overnight. Slice pickles ... days in refrigerator and pickles will be crisp with a good flavor.
Take dill sized pickles put in 3 ... in alum water overnight (have enough water ... adding 1 cup of sugar every day. Then can in quart jars or leave in crock.
Drain pickles; cut in ... water and refrigerate overnight. Put vinegar, ... stand overnight in refrigerator. The longer they stand, the better they get!
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