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Old 09-21-2013, 04:49 PM   #41
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Chicken Ramen noodles, drain and stir in a half packet of the seasoning.

Mac n Cheese.

Grilled cheese with dill pickles and tomato soup.

Oh and spoonburgers with dill pickles.
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Old 09-21-2013, 05:24 PM   #42
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...Grilled cheese with dill pickles...
Have you ever used bread & butter pickles? My Mom used to put those on grilled cheese when we didn't have tomatoes in the house. I still make them with the pickles to this day.
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Old 09-22-2013, 12:22 AM   #44
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Have you ever used bread & butter pickles? My Mom used to put those on grilled cheese when we didn't have tomatoes in the house. I still make them with the pickles to this day.
I never really cared for sweet pickles, I even rinse my sweet pickle relish before I use it. Has to be dills...
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:06 AM   #45
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Have you ever used bread & butter pickles? My Mom used to put those on grilled cheese when we didn't have tomatoes in the house. I still make them with the pickles to this day.
I just picked up a jar of those yesterday. I love those pickles.
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I just picked up a jar of those yesterday. I love those pickles.
If you can find them, Famous Dave's makes a hot and spicy B&B pickle...very nice and not overly sweet.
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If you can find them, Famous Dave's makes a hot and spicy B&B pickle...very nice and not overly sweet.
Must agree, I lov them. Sam's Club has the large jars and in Butte 3 Bears has them once in a while. The last time I was there I picked up 3 jars.
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These are great!
Gonna try some of these I hadn't heard before.
Thanks! Keep 'em comin'.
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If you can find them, Famous Dave's makes a hot and spicy B&B pickle...very nice and not overly sweet.
Those sound great.
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Must agree, I lov them. Sam's Club has the large jars and in Butte 3 Bears has them once in a while. The last time I was there I picked up 3 jars.

I found them at Costco. If you chop them they make a great relish for hot dogs, egg salad, potato salad...
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