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Dill Pickled Eggs Recipe
A couple years ago I was driving from Atlanta to San Francisco and kept walking into gas stations with big jars of pickled eggs. While my timid nature prevented me from trying them, I decided to cook up a batch of my own to see what all the fuss was about... And wouldn't you know it, they were delicious. Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips.  
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West Egg Cafe of Atlanta, GA shares their recipe for fried pickles. The salty taste of the pickles comes together perfectly with its deep-fried exterior in this savory dish, which is best served hot from the fryer.  Click here to see 24 Southern Dishes That You Need to Know How to Make Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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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 are not keen about fast food but still get a craving, make a fresh Big Mac at Home!
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French's Cheeseburger Burritos
Amaze friends with French’s mustard and ketchup starring in a combination of two all-time favorite foods.
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 Green Bloody Mary
Bloody Marys are essential to a boozy brunch, but they don’t have to be typical. Try this unique and smoky recipe to really keep your guests on their toes.
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Steak Sandwich
Top a slice of sourdough with steak, pickles, and cheese, and serve with chimichurri for a spicy, meaty sandwich.This recipe is courtesy of chef John Currence, City Grocery Restaurant Group.  
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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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Shakeshack burger
The Daily Meal’s executive editor, Arthur Bovino, says it best when it comes to Shake Shack’s popular sauce:"Besides the great seasoning and taste of the burger patty, the obvious thing that makes Shake Shack’s ShackBurgers so great is the tangy Shack sauce. It doesn’t have the noticeable bits of relish that you see in In-N-Out sauce, and it’s much lighter in color, but it doesn’t skimp on flavor. Tangy, sweet, with a little zest — when it all comes together with the other flavors, there’s almost a creamy element that rounds out the salt of the burger and the sweet of the bun. It’s a thing of beauty. The day I learned that you could ask for Shack sauce on the side for extra slather on the burger, or for dipping fries was a dangerous one."As he mentions, Shake Shack’s sauce is very pale in color, which is why we think there’s probably no ketchup in it, and it gets its pale pink shade from seasonings and red-wine vinegar. Yellow mustard adds a bit of tang, and we’ve also included a bit of sugar to balance out the vinegar. 
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Oyster Po'Boy
Mayonnaise may be the condiment of choice for many people in New Orleans when it comes to their favorite sandwich, the po'boy, but I like to dress things up a little bit with a homemade remoulade, which packs some heat thanks to a good amount of hot sauce. Freshly shucked oysters are best of course (use whatever is most local to your area to maximize freshness), but you can also purchase pre-shucked oysters in the seafood section of the grocery store if you don't want to go to the trouble of shucking your own oysters. See all oyster recipes. Click here to see How to Make the Ultimate Po'Boy.
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Headed to the home of the Iron Chef, we transform the Chi-town Style Hotdog into a spicy but sweet Bloody Mary.  Sweet Pickle Relish replaces the acidity of lemon juice, while the heat comes from using grilled or charred tomatoes.
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Eggless Salad
My long search for the perfect vegan "egg" salad is over! This tofu eggless salad tastes just like the original, only it's fat-free and a whole lot healthier. Black salt is the secret ingredient here. This has quickly became a favorite in our household. See all sandwich recipes.
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