What would you do for someone you love? In my case, I made pickled beets for my father, even though I truly hate beets. But as much as I love my dad, I also love pickling. These beets have simple flavors--and the process is easy. Enjoy!
If you've used garlic in vinegar-brined pickle recipes, you may notice that they sometimes turn bluish green in color, particularly near any areas that have been cut or crushed. So why is that, and is it still safe to eat?
Here’s a twist on the basic cabbage and salt recipe using apples and a daikon radish or two. The cabbage soaks up some of the sweet, tart flavor of the apples leaving a salty, sour, sweet fresh crunch that really rocks the palate!