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Drain pickles, slice in ... sliced pickles. Pour sugar on top. Do ... another quart of drained sliced Koshers. Add another cup of sugar. Let stand 10 days.
Cut cucumbers in ... Heat the vinegar, sugar, celery seed, ... and pour over pickles. Let stand ... for appearance. Pack in jars and seal. Makes 5 quarts.
Cut cucumbers into ... 1 hour. Combine sugar and vinegar, stir ... stir. Cover and refrigerate. Pickles are ready to eat in 24 hours. Store in refrigerator.
Wash cucumbers thoroughly; ... Combine vinegar, salt, sugar, water and ... inch from top of jar. Adjust jar lids. Process accordingly. Makes about 7 quarts.
Dissolve 2 cups ... off good. Put sugar over cucumbers. Add ... for 15 minutes. Pack in jars and seal while hot. Yield 9 pints. Better when served chilled.
Cut pickles in thin slices ... Sprinkle 1 cup sugar, 1/5 garlic, ... days. Shake the jar every day. Separate into pint jars and refrigerate them if you want.
Scrub pickles, cut into ... pounds of white sugar and 1 handful ... Leave in crock for a few days. Then can cold. Put pickles in jar and cover with syrup.
Wash and cut ... boil the vinegar, sugar, celery seed, ... pour juice over pickles. (Place cucumbers ... when soaking in lime mixture for best results.)
Mix solution: Seven ... off heat and let pickles stand several hours or overnight. Then place pickles on stove and cook 25 minutes. Put into jars and seal.
Drain pickles, reserving juice. ... chunks. Mix the sugar and Tabasco with ... bottom of jar. Very good if you like hot, sweet pickle. Keep indefinitely.
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