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choclatechef 12-05-2004 06:21 AM

Oops! Sorry I didn't come in sooner on this thread. I didn't see the request for a watermelon pickle recipe. I thought the thread was for recipes with watermelon pickles. That I don't have.

I do have a couple of watermelon pickle recipes on the old cookbook laptop. If anybody wants them, let me know.

GB 12-06-2004 10:48 AM

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Originally Posted by QSis
Hmmm. I made some pickled watermelon rinds wrapped in bacon a couple of years ago and smoked them, like my BBQ buddies were raving about. YUCK! They were SWEET, SWEET!! Sweet and gooey, and none of my guests liked them much. The jar SAID pickled. Are they supposed to be sweet or vinegary or what?

Lee

Yeah they are sweet, VERY sweet. I can see how people would think YUCK if they were not expecting that. It would be a big shock to the taste buds!

amber 12-31-2004 09:56 AM

We've always use sea scallops, pickled watermelon rind, and bacon. For add flavor, we added some worster sauce while broiling.

Audeo 01-02-2005 10:55 AM

PST, thanks for the recipe! I obviously missed this thread and thank Amber for the resurrection!

3 cups of sugar??? Yowee, those WOUD be sweet! But the concept here that GB suggests sure does call to me! I'll try and find them at the market already pickled and give this a try!

Amber, your combination also sounds wonderful -- love scallops!


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