Hooters' Fried Pickles
If you love crispy, crunchy breaded and deep-fried pickles you'll love this copycat recipe for Hooters' Fried Pickles. They're the perfect for game-day or any time you're craving a salty snack. Click here for more recipes using pickles.
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Think that homemade pickles are a specialty confined to your grandmother’s kitchen? Use your microwave and you can make your own in a matter of minutes. Click here to see 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make in a Microwave
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Pickles
These are traditional Iraqi pickles. Pickled veggies are usually served as part of a typical Iraqi meal. The spice mixture in these makes them irresistible. Also, the method used here can be used for other veggies as well.-CluichThis recipe is courtesy of Cluich via Food.com
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This decadent pickling recipe adds an exotic twist to an overlooked vegetable.
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A classic combo improved dramatically by taking just a few minutes to mix up your own homemade relish--to which you can add chopped hot peppers for a kick, if you like.
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The Pickleback is the hipster shot of choice these days — crappy well bourbon followed by a shooter of pickle brine — and I don’t care what anyone says, it’s gross. That said, you can find pickled stuff in every bar in the world. They’re called olives. Why not branch out and experiment with the rest of the pickle universe? Try The Dirty Pickle, a variation on a dirty martini that uses dill pickle brine instead of olive juice. Despite its name, this is a really elegant cocktail.
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If you're looking to mix up your barbecue condiments, this relish recipe is easy to make but flavorful enough to impress any hot dog enthusiast. 
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Cheater’s Pickles
These fresh, almost-instant pickles start off with the cucumber slices getting a big chill with a little bit of sugar, which draws out some of their water. Then just a splash of vinegar and a little salt, and you’ve got a really refreshing side dish for barbecues, picnics, or anything fried. They’re great plain, but you can add snipped dill, chives, or mint, or even some thin-sliced Vidalia onion. Excerpted from A Real Southern Cook in Her Savannah Kitchen, © 2015 by Dora Charles. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved. 
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Pickled Cucumber and Onion Appetizer
Summer entertaining can be tricky; hot weather can ruin even the most carefully prepared dishes. So to beat the heat you need light dishes with a zing of flavor to keep the doldrums away. This recipe is easy to make but adds a light kick to any party. Serve it on platters at an outdoor bash or at small dinner party. It'll keep guests feeling light and cool without lacking in flavor. See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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Pickled Asparagus
As a general rule, when it comes to pickling, it should be done when the produce is at its peak and is therefore cheaper. When it comes to pickling asparagus, I don't really follow that rule, though. I usually pickle different varieties of asparagus at the start of the season to preserve the first crop, which have skins that are really succulent and do not need peeling. Pickled asparagus is great as part of an antipasti platter or added to salads when the fresh stuff is out of season. Click here to see 80 Recipes, 24 Vegetables, and 1 Cookbook.
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Pickled Cherries Recipe
I first came across pickled cherries at a restaurant in New York City last year and have been curious to experiment with making them at home ever since. Enjoy these on their own, in a fresh summer salad, or muddled in a cool gin cocktail.Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips. 
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Pickled Ramps
Pickled ramps — come spring every year, it seems like they're on the menu of every trendy restaurant. Well, I'm here to tell you that it's not that hard to do at home; it's pretty much like pickling anything else. Ramps, if you've never had them, are wild leeks that taste a lot like scallions, with a sharp onion-y flavor and herbal notes. Click here to see In Season: Ramps.
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