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Pickles? of course there are many many types of pickles, including the kind that we get ourselves into. among these basic choices which do you prefer?

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hankster 9 July 18

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Hate them all but sweet pickle relish is a must for egg & macaroni salads.

Carin Level 8 July 23, 2018

Spicy pickled vegetables, and pepperoncini. Not pickled jalapenos - they lose too much in the process. Those count?

ok with me man.....count'em

spicy relishes are interesting with beans and cornbread.


Beet pickles and pickled asparagus.

I love asparagus, but I've never been able to stomach a pickled beet.

pickled okra? I do love me some pickled okra.

@hankster Not even on a bet. It is the only vegetable that I dislike.

@HeathenFarmer favorite maybe.


I love LOTS of pickles -- except hamburger dill chips.


Gherkins cuz it's just fun to say.

it's a party in itself. well it is fun.


I don't like pickles.


Rememberin thing when had pickle everythoing as to keep it and ginger beer from the bug yum


All good tho.

skado Level 9 July 18, 2018

All of the above...what can I say.


Pickled herrings are best of all.

Jnei Level 8 July 18, 2018

I tried some of those once at a party.... let me rephrase, I tried one bite of those at a party.

@hankster Weirdo. They're delicious. 😉

@Jnei my tongue wouldn't speak to me for 2 weeks after I tried that thing.?

One year, I learned that I should never eat pickled herring and curried chick peas in the same hour ...

@pixiedust That is quite a combination!


I prefer several so I didn't vote: bread and butter, hamburger dill, kosher dill, and homemade.

Oh, and fried pickles. 😀

I've never even heard of fried pickles until now - surprisingly, given our love of frying or pickling absolutely anything, fried pickles do not appear in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine. I'm not entirely convinced it could possibly work; nevertheless, my curiosity is sufficiently piqued that I'm going to have a go at making some just to find out!

@Jnei I thought the same thing when I first heard about them. But they are delish. Here's a recipe.


@twshield ?

@VictoriaNotes Fish and chip shops sell pickles (usually called gherkins, except in parts of the Midlands and North Wales where they're called wallies for some reason) - I don't often visit such places because I only really like the smell of chips and only eat three or four whenever I buy them, but next time I do I'm going to ask them to batter and fry one for me!

@Jnei I've never had whole fried gherkins, only the chips. Let me know what you think. Who knows, the chef might think you've lost your marbles at first, but you also might have a fried gherkins appetizer named after you. 😀

@VictoriaNotes When people first heard about battered Mars chocolate bars a few years ago there was a craze for asking for all sorts of things to be battered and fried - so it might not be the weirdest thing they've been asked to do!

@Jnei They are better if they are sliced into chips h then battered and fried.


Mom's homemade sweet pickles are probably my favorite... but I do like the kosher dill Spears.

My older sister makes some quick pickles that are great. I better get the recipe.

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