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Entries from June 2022

Kosher Style Dill Pickles

June 27th, 2022 · No Comments

We picked another 8+ pounds of cucumbers from our garden and needed to find another way to put up these, but wanted a different style than the sweet spears that I put up last week. I found the recipe for Dill Pickles on page 50 of the Ball Blue Book guide to preserving, which is […]

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Preserved Sweet Pickle Spears

June 21st, 2022 · No Comments

With over 6-pounds of fresh cucumbers picked from our garden I decided to put them up, meaning, I wanted to preserve them for the year. I found the Sweet Pickle Spears recipe on page 51 located in the fresh pack pickled foods & chutneys section of the Ball Blue Book guide to preserving. The recipe […]

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Tags: Preserving · Recipes

Stewed Cucumbers

June 16th, 2022 · No Comments

I selected the Stewed Cucumbers with Sour Cream and Dill Schmorgurken mit Saurem Rahm und Dill on page 136. I’ve found the same recipe on several other Internet resources, in the volume Vegetables, it attributes the source to the book Foods of the World/The Cooking of Germany.

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VIN’TIJ | Food & Wine

June 15th, 2022 · No Comments

Grand Boulevard, Sandestin Town Center, Sandestin, Florida Located in the Sandestin Town Center in Sandestin, Florida, VIN’TIJ is a not to be missed dining experience, we thoroughly enjoyed a relaxed dinner on a Friday evening and were not disappointed. The bar offers up a great selection of imbibing’s, drink specials daily, wines by the glass […]

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Garden Harvest June 2022

June 15th, 2022 · No Comments

After a brief and welcome 5-day vacation where we celebrated Monique’s birthday with Ben and Carol in Miramar Beach Destin, FL, we returned home yesterday to find plenty of produce ready to pick from our garden. Cucumbers, patty pan squash, yellow squash, blueberries, poblano peppers, Shishito peppers, okra, and tomatoes were ripe for the picking. […]

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