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Old 07-17-2007, 04:08 AM   #21
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OH GOD!!! I lOVE A1 Sauce!!! I should try that. :) I could practicly drink the stuff.. if it were not for the high salt content.

thank you for the tip! :)

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Old 07-19-2007, 02:36 AM   #22
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AND THE WINNER DIP IS, RANCH!!!

The pickles I am using this year are prebattered and frozen and are really pretty good. They are by McCain foods and can be found at Brew CityŽ.

They have a small spicy kick to them and with that in the flavor of the pickles, I really liked the ranch the best.

At first I was hoping for something more exotic then ranch to sell with the pickles but really this time its just common sense to use it. It has a cooling flavor to counter the spice. Kind of like deep fried zucchini but with a more zesty approach.

Well thank you EVERYONE for your 'WONDERFUL' help and ideas.

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That would have been my choice to. Good luck, and let us know how they go. !
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I'd just whip together some Crisco and the leftover pickle juice in my Kitchen-Aid and let them dip into that.
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I'd just whip together some Crisco and the leftover pickle juice in my Kitchen-Aid and let them dip into that.
Hmmm, having a tough time wrapping my brain around that one, Caine.

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Hmmm, having a tough time wrapping my brain around that one, Caine.

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I with ya Caine on this one !
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Old 07-22-2007, 05:08 PM   #27
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I with ya Caine on this one !
I try to stay away from crisco actually.

Barb, did you mean you supported Caines idea or where against it?

Sorry was thinking against it because it sounds kind of bland besides the pickle juice, not to mention it sounds a bit unhealthy IMHO.

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