Many pickling recipes call for a head of fresh dill, but this can be very hard to find sometimes! Why not grow your own dill plants? They’re super easy to grow, and are just what you’ll need to get your pickling done right.
Have you ever wondered what you could do with that leftover pickle juice instead of just pouring it down the drain? I’ve got over a dozen ideas to help you put that brine to good use, including several tasty recipes. Check it out!
Here’s a great recipe for a sweet pickle relish that uses cucumbers, carrots, peppers, and onions. It’s pretty to look at and tastes of perfection!
Love the cucumbers you grew this year? Learn how easy it is to save the seeds, and save yourself from having to buy more next time around!
The recipe called for fresh green peppers and a rib of celery… but all I had were dehydrated ones from last year. Could I substitute them in? See what I discovered…
Here’s what the start of this year’s garden looks like. It’s just seedlings so far, but hopefully in a couple of months everything will be flourishing!
This stuff is really good for making chicken salad or tuna salad sandwiches especially!
These are my FAVORITE kind of pickles to eat!!
They are climbing nicely, and starting to bloom!! Can’t wait to have a bunch of cucumbers!
I finally finished my homemade cucumber trellis! You won’t believe how little money I spent on this cool do-it-yourself project.
So far, so good with my cucumbers! Anyone have any trellising tips to share?
Here’s a yummy way to eat up all of those fresh garden cucumbers!