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June 02, 2010

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Tracie

Mmmmm Pickles...I would probably throw in some Garlic Cloves also

Lisa @ The Cooking Bride

Wow, that does seem remarkably easy. Was the texture crispy, like a Vlasic? My husband is a dill pickle fiend! I buy a jar and it usually doesn't last 24 hours.

Half Assed Kitchen

You know, they're not super crispy, which would normally bother us. But the flavor is SO amazing that the lack of crisp doesn't seem to matter.

Nancy

"In a saucepan, heat water, vinegar and salt to bowling."

Hey, now that sounds like it might take some time.
:P

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Sassy Molassy

Glad you liked them! If you have small cukes, you can leave them whole. I like to do chunky round slices, too.

fresh_as_daisies

These are amazing! They taste just like Claussen pickles (the only kind I buy). I also sliced 4 cloves of garlic and layered that with the cukes and dill. Sooooo easy!

Tari

My grandma made these once when I was a kid and I loved them. I mebermer they had spam, eggs, and cheese (but no pickles). I'll have to make them, although she had her ingredients chopped up more. Thanks for the recipe -- I always wondered what was in them since it was almost thirty-years ago.Angie

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