Master of the Pit
SMF Premier Member
- Joined Sep 12, 2018
Followed Al’s recipe, but boiled the jars to make them shelf stable. The wait is going to be terrible.
Thanks Jake. Have a good 4th buddy!Nice. Love me some home made pickles
I grew up on my Grandmother's homemade pickles. I thought it was time to make my own. Happy 4th!Once the wait is over and you try them I'm sure they won't be your last. I make several different kinds. Took 3 jars to my daughter today- she loves them also.
I can't wait either. Happy 4th, and most importantly, GO VOLS!I love following along with the non-smoker related stuff just as much as the smoked meats. I learn so much, can't wait to hear how they are!
Yes it will be. Going to start taste testing in a couple of weeks. Happy 4th Ray.Nice pickles Dave, it’s gonna be a hell of a wait!
Thanks Warren. Happy 4th!Nice looking job.
Where is this Al's recipe?
Thank you!!!I love dill pickles and I have been toying with dill pickle recipes for years. This one is the best I have ever come up with. All you pastrami guys need to try this, because a good pastrami sandwich needs a great garlic dill. Here is the recipe: 4 - 1 pint canning jars 2 lbs. pickling cukes ...www.smokingmeatforums.com
Roadside stands around here are starting to have fresh cukes. I'm waiting for the pickling cukes to show up. Then I'll do 5 to 10 pound batches. I use either Al's recipe. Or one based on his recipe. I just opened a jar that I did last Sept. The color on them is perfect. And still just as crunchy. Thanks to the Al's tip on soaking them in ice water. And using pickle crisp.Thanks Steve! I'm burning through a jar a day, I need to up my game!
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