I love fall in Oklahoma because you never know what you will get. You might take a snow day off school before Thanksgiving or you might be able to still wear flip flops to school the day before Thanksgiving break. Who knows? (You do realize I could quote Will Rogers at this point, . . . → Read More: Pickled Cherry Peppers
I heart my big, yellow Gourmet cookbook. (I think that has been well-established.) There are quite a few recipes that can be adapted to fresh produce from the garden. If you are picking cukes, you must make this. Especially if you are picking just a few a day.
The original recipe called . . . → Read More: Wasabi Quick Dilled Pickles
It seems like I can only grow carrots in bulk and in weird shapes. . . . → Read More: Pickled Carrots
I found this recipe at Food & Wine. It spoke to me because it called for wild onions, local honey, and wild rosemary. . . . → Read More: Pickled Wild Onions with Local Honey and “Unruly” Rosemary
I think I jinxed it with yesterday’s post. . . . → Read More: First freeze! AAUUGGHH!
New territory—watermelon rind pickles. . . . → Read More: Pickling Watermelon Rind
I have been pickling all summer—homegrown cucumbers, carrots, green beans, and even grapes. (I also made some “cheater pickles;” see “My Favorite Uncle’s Pickles.”)
Now it was time for okra.
Finally, I made it to the garden to pick “baby” okra—meaning, I had been picking regularly and I hadn’t overlooked any monster pods! (It never fails, . . . → Read More: Pickling again
A pickled grape experience—really. . . . → Read More: Pickled what?