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Grillo’s - New Favorite Pickles

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    Grillo’s - New Favorite Pickles

    After years of the standard grocery store brands - and finding them lacking - I stumbled upon Grillo’s Pickles when a friend brought some spears over.

    Just found their chips at Costco, and I’m thrilled to have a good local source.

    Have you tried these? Any other brands you recommend?
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    Last edited by Santamarina; July 24, 2021, 04:53 PM.

    #2
    I buy their spears. Great stuff. Another type you should look for is fermented pickles. They will be in a cooler, probably not easy to find outside of a coop.

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      #3
      Wickles, Claussen, Mt. Olive ain't too danged shabby, neither...

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      • Panhead John
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        Mt. Olive spicy are my favorites too…..for grocery store pickles.

      • ItsAllGoneToTheDogs
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        I literally live 15 minutes from the Mt Olive pickle factory... guess which pickles I've never tried...

      • Panhead John
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        Get their spicy! Mucho goodo.

      #4
      Talk about timing, the ad that came out today for Cub Foods here in the Twin Cities has Grillo's on sale 2 for $7.

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Sounds like mebbe a pickle binge might be jus th thing, then...

      #5
      A neighbor of mine and her husband make their own homemade “Ghost Pepper Pickles”. They’ve been giving me some over the last year or so, and these are the best pickles I’ve had. Don’t know her recipe, but she apparently uses some pickling spices along with some type of ghost pepper liquid. She also adds whole garlic cloves, small red and yellow bell pepper slices and a few green beans. Talk about good and spicy!
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      • klflowers
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        I am interested. I eat a lot of pickles.

      • Panhead John
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        klflowers I just called her. It might be a few days but I’ll get it and post it when I do. I’ll tag you on the recipe and you too Mr. Bones
        Last edited by Panhead John; July 25, 2021, 02:02 PM.

      • Mr. Bones
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        Colour Me Interested!!!

      #6
      I have never seen Grillo’s but will try them if I do. Meanwhile, we enjoy the Mt. Olive brand. Also Claussen and a local called simply Milwaukee Pickles.

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        #7
        I have had Grillo's and they are good. I also like Claussen, Boars Head, Tony Packo's out of Toledo (made famous by Klinger on Mash)

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        • Mr. Bones
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          Maxwell had quite th nose fer searchin out some Good Stuff!

        #8
        Grillo's are very good. We have some in the fridge right now.

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