In A Pickle

Jarred, canned, pickled, and preserved.


Curried Pickled Zucchini

In A Pickle Marisa McClellan 1 comment

Zucchini season is here and the age-old question remains. How can I possibly use up all this squash? This year, try this slightly sweet curried zucchini pickle. The end result is a pickle that is sweet without being cloying, pleasantly tangy and vividly yellow. More

Sweet and Spicy Pickle Relish

In A Pickle Marisa McClellan 3 comments

A simple sweet-hot pickle and pepper relish for hot dogs and hamburgers. More

Spicy Dilly Beans

In A Pickle Marisa McClellan 3 comments

A bit of heat from red chili flakes and plenty of garlic flavor come through with these crunchy, dill-scented green beans. More

Bread and Butter Pickles

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Sweet, sour, and tangy, crunchy bread and butter chips are the perfect accompaniment to burgers and barbecue. More

Fermented Radish Slices

In A Pickle Marisa McClellan 2 comments

Fermented radishes are crisp, tangy and require just salt, water and sliced radishes to make. Beneficial bacteria transform the sugars and starches in the veg into tart lactic acid, creating a pickle that tastes good and is good for your digestion to boot. More

Pickled Garlic Scapes

In A Pickle Marisa McClellan 3 comments

In its finished form, this pickle ends up tasting like a wonderfully garlicky dilly bean. If you like the combination of garlic and a snappy pickle, you'll be quite pleased with this one. More

Pickled Spring Onions

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These pickled spring onions can play a number of roles. Dolloped on top of a burger, a basic cookout becomes quite gourmet. Need to bring an appetizer to a party? Toast baguette rounds, add a smear of creamy goat cheese and top with a bit of pickled onion. A bowl of baby arugula becomes a salad with a forkful of pickled onions and a drizzle of olive oil. More

Pickled Hakurei Turnips

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The Hakurei turnip is a small, creamy, white-fleshed turnip that looks more like a radish than it does its larger kin. They can be eaten raw, braised, or pickled. More

Marinated Fava Beans

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Fava beans are sweet, tender, and pleasantly starchy. When they're coated with a slick of olive oil, vinegar and garlic bits, the contrast between the sharp dressing and the mild greenness of the beans is really wonderful. More

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