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Canning: In Pursuit of the Perfect Pickle

 
 
Reply Sun 5 Oct, 2008 08:15 pm
Canning: In Pursuit of the Perfect Pickle

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'Tis now the season for canning: As the bounty of summer fruits and veggies dwindles, food-bloggers are busy swapping recipes and tips for preserving or pickling the last of their tomatoes, berries and drupes. Modern-day pickling recipes often go beyond using the traditional dill and vinegar solution; they include aromatics like lime or ginger and spice things up by adding copious amounts of jalapeno pepper. Canners are also experimenting with mixing subject and medium " pickled grapes anyone? Food writer Eugenia Bone, author of the upcoming cookbook Urban Preservation, even cans her own tuna, which she describes as "sumptuous," a word that can rarely be used to describe the chunk-white albacore you find on supermarket shelves.
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Reply Sun 5 Oct, 2008 08:42 pm
http://www.mtolivepickles.com/graphics/pickle_drop_ppi_2.jpg
The crowd gathers around and eagerly awaits for the "perfect pickle" to pop its head out of the brine barrel
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