|Lucinda's Rustic Italian Kitchen|
|by Lucinda Scala Quinn|
Even the writing has an irresistibly Italian flavor in this cookbook by Lucinda Scala Quinn, a cohost of Everyday Food and head of the food depart...
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Thoroughly wash and ... the salt and saccharin to the gallon ... well. Can be made ahead of time. Pour vinegar over cucumbers in jars. Seal with hot lids.
Pour this solution over cucumbers, pack in jars and seal tightly. Use your own judgment on the number of cucumbers to use.
Wash cucumbers and ... and poured over pickles hot to seal ... tablets can be purchased at a drugstore. Mustard is best bought in bulk at a health food store.
Fill cans with medium cucumber. Bring ingredients above to a boil and add this to the cucumbers. Seal while hot.
Wash small cucumbers; slice and pack in jars. Pour over cold ingredients. Add pickle spice. Seal.
Mix ingredients. Bring ... but do not boil. Pack into jars. Bring your vinegar mixture to a boil again. Pour over pickles and seal jars. 10 to 12 pints.
Pour over pickles in jars or crock. I prefer to seal jars with jar rubber and one piece lid.
Boil vinegar and water and let cool. Using vinegar, make a paste of last three ingredients. Dry small pickles, pack in jars. Pour cold vinegar over and seal.
Put 1/3 gal. ... jug with water. Pour into pan and bring to boiling point. Put pickles in jar and pour boiling juice over them. Seal. Cold pack 5 minutes.
Place cucumbers in pint jar. Add remaining ingredients. Seal jar with a hot lid. Put jar in hot water bath and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. Do not ...
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