29
March
2015

Taylor’s Hot Peppered Mushrooms

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Taylor’s Hot Peppered Mushrooms

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27
March
2015

Pickles with that?

Sandwich with spiced lard served with garlic, pickled cucumber

Why do they Serve Pickles with Sandwiches?
Order a sandwich anywhere, especially in a deli, and odds are there will be a pickle on the side.

Did you know however, that pickles were regarded as a delicacy as early as 2400 B.C.? Going that far back in history, it should come as no surprise that pickles can be traced back to the Jews, and the first Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe brought the tradition to New York as a means of cleansing the palette.

Before long, there were pickle vendors throughout the Lower East Side of Manhattan, much as there are hot dog and bagel carts in the city today. In fact, by the 1930s, in the throes of the Great Depression, some entrepreneurs became involved in something called “The Pickle Wars” as they competed to obtain monopolies for their products.

So popular have pickles become around the world that serving them as a side dish with a sandwich represents the bulk of all pickle consumption. Over time, pickles have become a standard with any sandwich, to the extent that most restaurants no longer list them on the menu. A pickle is an accepted part of the meal, and no restaurant or deli would dare serve a sandwich without is vinegary companion.

 

Read more at http://www.commdiginews.com/life/myth-trivia-saluting-einstein-and-pickles-38580/#ISdTxU5P1QodQglA.99

27
March
2015

Pickles with that?

Sandwich with spiced lard served with garlic, pickled cucumber

Why do they Serve Pickles with Sandwiches?
Order a sandwich anywhere, especially in a deli, and odds are there will be a pickle on the side.

Did you know however, that pickles were regarded as a delicacy as early as 2400 B.C.? Going that far back in history, it should come as no surprise that pickles can be traced back to the Jews, and the first Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe brought the tradition to New York as a means of cleansing the palette.

Before long, there were pickle vendors throughout the Lower East Side of Manhattan, much as there are hot dog and bagel carts in the city today. In fact, by the 1930s, in the throes of the Great Depression, some entrepreneurs became involved in something called “The Pickle Wars” as they competed to obtain monopolies for their products.

So popular have pickles become around the world that serving them as a side dish with a sandwich represents the bulk of all pickle consumption. Over time, pickles have become a standard with any sandwich, to the extent that most restaurants no longer list them on the menu. A pickle is an accepted part of the meal, and no restaurant or deli would dare serve a sandwich without is vinegary companion.

 

Read more at http://www.commdiginews.com/life/myth-trivia-saluting-einstein-and-pickles-38580/#ISdTxU5P1QodQglA.99

21
March
2015

We Sell Nonpareils with Rainbow Sprinkles!

MILK CHOCOLATE NONPAREILS,
RAINBOW SPRINKLES

Milk chocolate come alive with crunchy rainbow nonpareils for a sweet treat.

Sold by the 1/2 pound or pound
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19
March
2015

Duggar’s pickles and 7 pounds of cheese!

Pizza and Pickles
“That’s a Duggar thing, we just all love pickles,” son James said

 

People Magazine this week featured the Duggar family feeding over a dozen kids with a pizza made with seven pounds of cheese, and you guessed it PICKLES!

12
March
2015

Get ready for BBQ season!

Korean BBQ Sauce & Marinade

Korean BBQ Sauce & Marinade

Now available on-line!

09
March
2015

The Pickle Pun On House Of Cards

picklepun from Netflix house of cardsSome where in the first 3 episodes of the Neflix TV series House Of Cards Clair Underwood makes a biting pickle pun directed at the Russian President. See if you can find it.

Images: Netflix [screen grab]

21
February
2015

Can you define Pickle?

The Food Network’s definition of a pickle.

pickle
n. Food that has been preserved in a seasoned brine or vinegar mixture. Among the more popular foods used for pickling are cucumbers, pearl onions, cauliflower, baby corn, watermelon rind, pig’s feet and herring. Pickles can be sour, sweet, hot or variously flavored, such as with dill for the popular dill pickle. pickle v. To preserve food in a vinegar mixture or brine.

From The Food Lover’s Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron’s Educational Series, Inc.

Read more at: http://www.foodterms.com/encyclopedia/pickle/index.html?oc=linkback

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