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September 18, 2009


A Laib

It sounds like a wonderful recipe but i don't remember it being super sweet it was hot with oil and tasted like a barrel pickle with garlic and awesome flavorings.

Eileen Bartsch

Hi Julie, an even easier way to steam jars is put one jar at a time in microwave ,with the flat round disc on it. Set timer for 3 minutes then remove and screw on lid. All will be sealed. Even did my peaches this way. Works really well for dills. No over steaming. Huggs Eileen

Patsy Behrendt

I have everything I need to jump right in on these pickles. They sound very much like the pickles my Dad used to make! Only one question: Do you use cider vinegar or white vinegar? I have both so all I am waiting on is the answer!! I also can't wait to hear about the Splenda variety. I have so many friends who are diabetic and this would be perfect! Thanks for sharing this and what a great way to use all those canning jars that are gathering dust on my shelf!! Love your blog!

Joanne Bates

Julie - you did a splendid job of the photos to show us for the receipe. The cucumbers look so real and yummy. First time I've heard of the cucs being peeled. This receipe - I gotta do. Thanks.


Wow, these look wonderful, will have to try them out. Thanks for sharing the recipe.


Judy Jackson

Very interesting. I am amazed the pickles don't have to come to a boil in the oven to seal them and be secure fro bacteria. Probably all the vinegar helps prevent that. Sounds interesting -- perhaps i can still find cucumbers here!


Thanks for the recipe, love the idea that they can go in the oven! Question, if you can't find fresh dill can you use the dried and if so how much would you recommend? Rosemary


oooops meant Julie, I have a friend Julia and just wasn't thinking, sorry. Hugs n' Stuff, Lynne


Thanks Julia for the recipe, they really look good. Our cukes are finished in our garden this year but maybe I can find some at the market tomorrow Thanks for sharing, Hugs n' Stuff, Lynne

Alison Kirby

Hi, Julie... How long do they need to sit in the jar before they are seasoned and ready to eat? Thanks for sharing !! Alison


Do you have to use dill? I'm not too fond of that herb.
Love your process though! Looks like I could handle that.



...oh my...never heard of anything that really seems so easy...notice u used a variety of sized jars...same time etc for any size jar?? I would luv to try this...we'll see if I get brave enuf??


I love pickles and I am Hungarian... don't remember having this before, but must be yummy!


Wow I love that these are done in the OVEN! I can't wait to try these. I'll be using Splenda instead of sugar, since my hubby is diabetic. I'll let you know how they turn out!


Julie Hosick
Morgan, Utah

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