Pickles 5 Ways

Pickles 5 Ways

As Alton Brown says, “If you’ll just take a little time to learn a few basic procedures, not only the whole produce section, but the whole world, will be your pickle … and good eats.” It’s true: Quick pickles all sort of follow a pattern. You’ll be pickling pretty much anything you want in no time at all!

Pickles 5 ways

I enjoyed the process of making these five recipes by Mr. Brown, but waiting a week to try them was a little daunting. I’m a “want it now” kinda girl. I was good, though, and waited the full week before digging in.

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