Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum Be Polite.' started by O' Be Joyful, Nov 5, 2019.
It's at all big retailers (not at discounters like ALDI)
it was not the normal recipe it incorporated strange things (no, not as strange as bat's wings)
... in the whitehouse
in the greenhouse (black Russian is a tomtoe)
I grew some of these, a görman variety, delicious.
The froze the other night and it killed them and the others, but i still have turnips. Gotta pull off the mater cages and mow the "left-overs" down.
nope they are normally 30-50% tomatoes +gerkins that makes the real flavour the mix
Find me a site--I can not find one other than that one-- then I will decide.
The key agent in Russian pickles is salt and not vinegar and that’s what makes them special.
The whole canning story has its deep roots in Russian history. People were canning food they couldn’t save for winter, so that they don’t get in trouble during six months of cold and snow. There is a saying: “Prepare the sled in summer, and the cart in winter”, meaning “while it is fine weather mend your sails”.
I know several sites but they dont sip to the colonies
arrgh don't ship
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