It's kind of a southern thang. First off, I do not have much of a sweet tooth. I am more of a meat and potatoes guy myself, but I remember my grandmother making these in the summer and they were too sweet for my liking. So give them a try!
Those pickles haunted Cathy Barrow for years and it wasn’t until she discovered a note in her grandmother’s recipe cards detailing a technique more than a recipe -- a seven day process -- that she tasted them again.
These pickles are fantastic in so many things! I like doing pickled onions as a Winter project when fresh fruits become scarce. Some of my family members get genuinely excited when these pickles appear in their holiday gift bags.
Purple carrots, yellow carrots, white carrots, and natural orange -- hooray for farm stands with their colorful, carroty-tasty alternatives to the standard Stepford Wives offerings. How to keep their beauty for lean days ahead? Check it out.