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  • TexAnn
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    Well, hell yeah....Uh

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  • Stella
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    Originally posted by TexAnn View Post
    Please send recipe Stella! Sounds very good. I think you have excellent tastebuds, by the way! heHeHe!
    WHAT?? you just want ALL my best kept secrets?? lol

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  • TexAnn
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    Please send recipe Stella! Sounds very good. I think you have excellent tastebuds, by the way! heHeHe!

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  • Stella
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    ever make bread and butter jalapeno's?

    they are really yummy too.

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  • beatlebette
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    I love all kinds of pickles, but I think bread and butters are my favorite. I love Wickles whenever I can get them. They don't have them around here. I got some last time I was in Georgia. After they are gone, I buy regular bread and butters and put them in the spicey Wickles juice. Yum!

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  • TexAnn
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    Glad to do it!

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  • jewels
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    THANKS!! Will be making them.

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  • TexAnn
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    Bread & Butter Pickles

    Bread & Butter Pickles

    4 quarts medium cucumbers, sliced ( I run the tines of a for down the sides of the cuke for prettier slices)
    6 medium white onions, sliced
    3 cloves garlic
    1/3 cup salt
    5 cups sugar
    3 cups cider vinegar
    1 1/2 tsp turmeric
    1 1/2 tsp celery seed
    2 tsp mustard seed

    Do not peel cucumbers before slicing! Combine sliced cucumbers , sliced onion, whole garlic cloves and salt. I use a roasting pan. Mix thoroughly and cover completely with cracked ice. Let stand for 3 hours. Drain well. Combine the remaining ingredients and bring to a boil. Pour over cucumbers, & heat just to a boil. Seal in Hot Sterilized Jars.
    Yield: 8 pints
    Recipe Courtesy of Mrs. Julian Henderson of Jackson, Mississippi
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