Posts Tagged ‘pickled beets’

Quick Pickled Baby Beets with Stems

We’ve had plentiful rain and moderate summer temps the last few weeks and the garden grows by the minute.  Sweet snap peas are bountiful, greens overflow my crisper and the tomato plants are 3 feet tall.  The winding row of mixed color beets are beginning to crowd one another as I never have the heart to thin them. Read more ›

Colorful Array of Pickles

Quite a Pickle

I love pickles.  Period.  I make oodles of them during the summer and eat them all year long.  I also give them as gifts for Christmas, bring them out for parties and holidays.  My main stay is straight up dill pickles.  The recipe is from my mother, Judy, who use to make them in these awesome half gallon mason jars. Read more ›

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