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Posted on 06/30/2011 11:15:13 AM PDT by stillafreemind
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Pickled pig's feet are available in almost every grocery store in the Deep South. Before the health nazis gained control of everything, there would be a big jar on the counter where you could fish out a pickled foot or snout, another jar for pickled eggs, and of course large, sour dill pickles. You hardly see anything like that anymore.
I’ve eliminated everything in my diet and I still have a allergy so I have come to the sad conclusion that I should give up my Red Wine... but then the allergy does not appear to be life threatening at this time so...
You know, I forgot about pickled pigs feet. Never ate one, sounded pretty awful and look just as bad as it’s sounds...lol And I remember pickled eggs and such, I had completely forgotten about that stuff. Like you said, you just never see that much anymore.
Speaking of such, I got stung 11 times this evening messing around with my hives. I try to remember that there are folks who actually pay good money to be stung by bees for relief of arthritis and other maladies. Doesn't make it hurt any less, but I do lose the desire to take the flyswatter and a can of Raid out back ...
I pickle eggs every other year for my husband. He likes them rather spicy, so I get to use lots of the peppers out of the garden. Always sounded gross to me, but they are actually really good. Putting a few slices on top of a salad gives a nice change of pace from the norm. I also use slices and wedges to top my potato salad for church functions and folks argue over who gets the decorations. LOL
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Why would you want to save yard bird?
I’ll have to give it a try. I like spicy and we now have 22 chickens...lol we had chickens once before and decided with the way things are, we’d better get some more. We are going to have lots of eggs. Mind sharing your recipe? You can freep mail me if you like. Although maybe there are others that would like to have it.
I don’t mind sharing the pickled egg recipe, but I’ll have to find it first. :) My recipe drawer and cabinet are a real mess. I even grew some beets this year to give a nice red tint to my vinegar mixture.
Love pickled beets. We have been growing them for the last several years but, I only started pickling them last year...yummmy!!! The color of the water is just beautiful. Never tried dying with it but, I bet you could.
You have to have room over the top to enable the heat to get high enough, I think.