Bread and Butter Pickles

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You can find it here: Bread and Butter Pickles on The Creekside Cook

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20 Responses to Bread and Butter Pickles

  1. Aaron says:

    These look very tasty! A friend of mine went to college at Cornell, and we went to Maxie’s when I was visiting. It was awesome & I hope to get back there again some time.

  2. Donalyn says:

    Thanks for the comment Aaron – there are so many good restaurants in Ithaca, but Maxie’s is definitely a favorite of ours.

  3. Nona says:

    I can’t wait to try these! — they look delicious and when I tried your refrigerator dill pickles they became an instant hit — not just with my family — but locally “famous” — – I added jalapeno — extra garlic– used mustard seeds, celery seeds, clove, allspice last year — too spicy for some, but I loved them. This yr I went simple — less jalapeno. Still DELICIOUS and more for the general public to give away. So Far this summer I made 23 qts of the refrig. dills cuz of the “demand”. I’vwe been told I should sell them!

  4. Donalyn says:

    Wow Nona – you are outpacing me thing year – I am only up to about a dozen quarts total so far. We eat them up pretty quickly, but near the end of the summer, I try to get some extras in the fridge to get us through at least part of the winter. Thanks for letting me know of your additions to the original – I often throw in some jalapeno, and just this year, I tried some with pickling spices as well, which we loved! In fact, I feel a re-vamping of the post coming on!

  5. Deemie says:

    I saw these on Pinterest this morning, and had to come and take a look! I can’t believe how easy they are, and I’ll definitely be making these once I get my hands on some nice cucumbers. Thank you!

  6. E.M. says:

    Mmmmm – everyone is pinning these on Pinterest this morning and I can see why. Great recipe!

  7. Donalyn says:

    Thanks Deemie and E.M. – I am so glad that you stopped by, and that you like the recipe. This is one of the reasons I love Pinterest – I get to meet new readers!

  8. Robbie says:

    I’m another visitor from Pinterest, and I just wanted to say how wonderful these look!

  9. Donalyn says:

    Thanks for stopping by Robbie, and I hope you give them a try :)

  10. Rosa says:

    So scrumptious looking! A wonderful recipe. Those pickles must taste wonderful. Perfect in sandwiches or with cheese.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  11. Donalyn says:

    Thanks Rosa – they are particularly good with a cheese sandwich – also SO good on burgers!

  12. Wow – these look lovely. I adore pickles and your photos have genuinely excited me! Maybe I need to get out more…..?

  13. Donalyn says:

    the caked crusader – first off, I love the name of your blog -so clever! And I don’t get out much either, but things like pickles always get me all excited!

  14. Canning, my next big challenge!! I love pickels but I ‘ve never canned anything in my life, I should…, this is very inspiring. Thanks for sharing. PS I avoid housecleaning too, but I’ve two young boys….

  15. Choclette says:

    I’ve not heard of bread and butter pickles before, but I do like a good pickled cucumber and definitely with garlic and not too much sugar. I love your pictures

  16. Donalyn says:

    Hi Rita – the great thing about these is that you don’t even have to can them – they are ready to eat in one day!

    Thanks Choclette – glad you like the photos, and I hope you give the pickles a try!

  17. Amy says:

    these look awful good. just like the ones my gram made. i loved hers so much. Think i gotta try yours now.

  18. Misty K. says:

    found your blog from Pinterest, and I am loving it and this is a wonderful looking recipe!

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