By Gary Hancq SidEFied
These are addictive. This came from Cindy F. by way of my sister Marilyn.
May be a way to get some veggies into the youngsters. If you can keep the grownups away from them.
You can make these refrigerator Dillys or canned Dillys. Boiling water bath is sufficient to can due to vinegar content.
Janet got "Chocolate Covered Cherry Mice"
You observe situations before diving in, choosing words and actions wisely. You're the loyal friend and...TAKE THE QUIZ and find out what Halloween treat you are!
Nita Clapper NitaClapper - Apr 30, 2010
Thanks for this recipe and instructions. Our beans are up and it won't be long and we will have our first harvest. I look forward to trying the 'Dilly Beans'.
Pam Robbins QueenOfTheRange - Aug 2, 2010
Just finished making thirty-seven quarts of these! Everyone loves them, so a lot of these make great Christmas gifts! The only changes I use is no mustard seed, and cayanne pepper instead of crushed. So yummy!
Julie Sharp jcorning - Aug 15, 2010
Had a recipe similar to this one many years ago. I have done 5 quarts of yours so far, and everyone loves them very much. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!
Debbie McQueen debrn - Feb 24, 2011
This is just about the same as the Ball Canning Cookbook recipe. I've made these for years, and my baby sister always requests these for part of her Xmas gift.
Gary Hancq SidEFied - Feb 24, 2011
Nita, Pam Julie and Debbie, Just realized I didn't respond to a number of your comments. My apologies. My sister Marilyn gave me this recipe a couple of years ago. After she had served them at our Christmas get together. She got the recipe from a friend of hers. They are addictive. Hope you all enjoy. Happy cooking, Gary