Danielle who said…
I make a similar recipe every year. By the end of the growing season, we are using it to pickle just about anything left in the garden. It helps that we have an extra fridge.
These pickles also go great in a glass of beer (nothing too dark). It is a tradition from my husband’s home town in the upper peninsula of Michigan that he introduced to all of his friends called “smelting.” Leave the pickle until the end of your drink- if you eat it before you finish it’s “poaching.” Believe it or not, it makes a great beer and an even better pickle!
Danielle, I would totally be guilty of poaching. Maybe you can use these for Smelting!!
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