Any favorites out there, either on food52 or elsewhere? Thank you. ;o)
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I found this from Alton Brown:
My mom used to pickle peaches. I have never done it but this recipe looks like what she did. http://www.epicurious.com... And David Lebovitz pickled cherries http://www.davidlebovitz...
Oh, and when I was in Russia I had pickled watermelon - the whole watermelon. And here is a recipe for that. Can't say it is one of my favorites, however.
I remembered seeing this one :
Smitten Kitchen has a recipe for pickled grapes that I've never tried but it looks fantastic - http://smittenkitchen.com.... Also fruit chutneys and salsas with some whey added to make them lactofermented would be good, but that might not be what you had in mind.
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Here are a few food52 fruit pickles:
Lime Pickle in brine
1. Yellow Lime 3
2. Green Chili – 5
3. Chopped Ginger – 1 1/2 tbsp
4. Salt – 1 tbsp
1. Wash lime and dry them by wiping with a clean towel.
2. Cut lime into medium pieces.
3. In a Bowl,Mix lime with salt, chopped green chilli, and chopped ginger.
4. Transfer into a jar and Shake well to combine.keep it outside for 3-4 days.By that time, lime will absorb all the salt and it tastes great.
Any question please
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I came across this and remembered your question:
Antonia - David Chang has several recipes for fruit pickles in his cookbook, cherries, pears, etc. They are quick pickles though and have a short shelf life.
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