A great “Bread & Butter” style pickle. Thinly sliced fresh cucumbers and onions sweetened up in this awesome recipe passed down from Grandma Cora.
Cucumber, Water, White Vinegar, Sugar, Yellow Onion, Mustard Seed, Celery Seed, Salt, Turmeric
I bought a jar at the Fenton Farmer’s market. They are delicious! Now I am looking for a place to buy another jar. Also, I inquired about one of my other hard to find favorites, the senf gherkin pickle. My mother made these and they were fabulous. It’s a German pickle with no rind. OK guys, the challenge is on for you to make some of those too!
Becky Skeens –
Hi Debbie- Glad you loved our sweet pickles!! You can find us locally at Vivianos, Stuckmeyers and Holland market. If you send us a recipe for your mother’s pickles we will give it try and you can be our taste tester!! We are going to really try to keep our event calendar up to date with when we will be at the Fenton market. Stop by and see us, and don’t forget to bring your empty jars for .50 off your next purchase! Thanks for your comment, we LOVE to hear from our customers!
I LOVE bread and butter pickles, especially these! Two Men and a Garden mix in just the right amount of tart and sweet with these pickles and they’re sooo amazingly good! I could eat a jar every day (which I why they don’t last very long in my house). If you made a jumbo jar of these, I would hands down buy them, I would also buy in bulk because I love these so much! Any way I can send you in the empty jars?
Shannon Abernathey –
Hi Hannah! Thanks for the feedback. You can buy as many jars as you like on our website and we will ship them to you. If you’re local (within 25 miles) or spend at least $50, we’ll deliver or mail your order for free! We offer 50 cents for each returned jar, so if you put in an order, we can pick up the jars when we deliver. Please let us know when you’re ready. Thank you for your support!
I really wanted to like these Bread and Butter pickles. They looked great in the canning style jar, albeit a little thickly sliced. I purchased them yesterday at Harvest Market in Champaign IL. Firstly, they look NOTH
ING like picture on your website. These are soooo thick and straight cut. No crinkles. Skins were so tough to bite through because they were sliced so thick. Why do you even bother to add onions? I had 3 short pieces from a thin slice of onion. Out 6 of people here yesterday for dinner 5 did NOT like them at all. Very little traditional Bread and Butter pickle flavor too. 1 gave them a passing grade. Maybe I bought a rouge jar? I won’t buy again.
Joel Austin –
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. While we don’t like to hear negative reviews, it does help us to hear your feedback and improve out product. Would you happen to have the jar still where you could provide me the batch number on the bottom of the jar? It should start with 63__. If you provide me with your address, I’ll send you a new jar to see if maybe it was just that batch. I can also send you dill if you’d like to try that. Thanks again. Joel