Norma Guy wrote:Growing up, our family used to consider a gallon glass jar of pickled eggs essential for travel Went to the grocery store yesterday and couldn't get two crucial things; yeast and pickling vinegar. Was planning on baking challah and pickling some eggs this week Thanks, COVID.
Hey if you do make challah will you post it?? Please
Beautiful pickles! Well done. This is pickle season.
Yesterday four pounds cucumbers made eight pints dill pickles. Today, whatever is in the garden (zucchini, carrots, green beans, peppers) plus onions and cucumbers from neighbors, and cauliflower from the store, made six pints of mixed pickles. Trying to remember how long they need to cure.
Each generation has its own rendezvous with the land... by choice or by default we will carve out a land legacy for our heirs. (Stewart Udall)
Here is my submission for the Food Preparation and Preservation - Sand - Pickle Something in Vinegar Brine BB.
At the PJT, I canned green beans and carrots in a vinegar brine.
To document the completion of the BB, I have provided the following:
- Post picture of vegetables being prepared (washed, cut up)
- Post picture of jar/s being filled
- Post picture of jar going into or coming out of the bath
- Post picture of finished product/jar
- Post/link recipe you used
The recipe is from www.walkerland.com
1 qt water
2 qt white vinegar
8 tbsp salt
1 cup sugar
mixed and heated to pour over veggies