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Unread 04-27-2013, 08:17 AM   #31
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I'll have a few please!
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Unread 04-27-2013, 09:17 AM   #32
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Thanks friends!

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fried pickles are pretty big up here in the northern tier

I like the bacon addition

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Glad to hear they are popular in the north too!! I wasn't sure how wide spread fried dill pickles were. Thanks!

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Those look fantastic. Gonna have to give that a try soon. Wondering if rendering the bacon a little first in a pan or microwave then blotting with a paper towel first might crisp up the bacon. Thanks for the post.
Westy that would be a great idea! I'm going to try that next time. The last batch I made before these were nice and crisp, it must have been a different size of bacon. Thanks!!

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Very nice Jeanie I have done themon the grill Never fried Love Pickles
BTW Hope that was not Rons Pickle
George thanks! I've not tried them on the grill, sounds tasty!


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Unread 04-27-2013, 10:20 AM   #33
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That looks like a whole lotta awesome Jeanie.
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I love fried pickles! Add bacon...omg mouth watering! I normally dip my fried pickles in ranch dressing. Yum!
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Jeanie does it again!!

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Oh that looks so good it really has to be bad for you. I might just do that today! Thanks.
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Mt. Olive makes a dill that is flavored with hot sauce. I'm betting that would be a nice addition!
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Thank you Jason and Matt!


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I love fried pickles! Add bacon...omg mouth watering! I normally dip my fried pickles in ranch dressing. Yum!
That sounds really good too, I'll give it a go. Thanks!!

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Oh that looks so good it really has to be bad for you. I might just do that today! Thanks.
Thank you Marty! I like Westy's idea of precooking the bacon a bit, maybe it will be crispier. I think proscuitto would be tasty too. Hope they turn out well for ya.

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Mt. Olive makes a dill that is flavored with hot sauce. I'm betting that would be a nice addition!
Prospector, that sounds great! I need to make another batch and try it out. Thanks!
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Wow!!!!! Thanks for the post Jen It is on my short list to do some of them prolly this week!!!!!!!!
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I make fried pickles on a somewhat regular basis, but I just use dill chips, and seasoned flour. I'll have to give these a try.

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GTR beat me to it...I'm missing the bottle of "Mine" next those snacks.

Nice pron Jeaniusz!
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Wow!!!!! Thanks for the post Jen It is on my short list to do some of them prolly this week!!!!!!!!
Paul thanks! They're kind of tasty. I can eat 1 1/2 in one sitting.

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I make fried pickles on a somewhat regular basis, but I just use dill chips, and seasoned flour. I'll have to give these a try.

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GTR beat me to it...I'm missing the bottle of "Mine" next those snacks.

Nice pron Jeaniusz!
Thanks Phu, I'm going to have a "Mine" tonight with beef ribs! I'll make a toast to ya.
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Oh my, that looks awesome! and something I must try
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Ooooooooo, prosciutto! Good idea. Maybe more than one layer, paper thin.
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