kosher pickle


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kosher pickle

n.
A pickled cucumber flavored with garlic.

[From its use in kosher delicatessens.]
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A unique combination of colors, textures, and savory flavors, a true Vienna Beef Chicago Style hot dog is topped with yellow mustard, chopped white onion, bright green relish, sliced tomatoes, a kosher pickle, sport peppers, and a dash of celery salt, all nestled in a steamed poppy seed bun.
As for the menu, there's the title sandwich, served the way Buffett describes it in song: "I like mine with lettuce and tomato, Heinz 57 and french fried potatoes, big kosher pickle It's joined by several other burgers, a cheeseburger pizza and a variety of Caribbean fare including jerk chicken, "Coral Reefer Crab Cakes," fried oysters, blackened tilapia and conch fritters.
The sandwiches are made daily with three pounds of three different kinds of meat, one pound of two types of cheeses, sliced tomatoes, red onions, deli kosher pickle slices, and shredded lettuce.
This event has become an Elgin community tradition as this dedicated group of women (and men) have prepared meals featuring a corned beef or turkey sandwich, chips, a huge kosher pickle, and dessert for well over 35 years.
It includes a corned beef or turkey sandwich, chips, a huge kosher pickle, and dessert.
Unlike the boiled, stewed, or even baked steaks cooks would prepare in Poland, Russia, or Hungary, the Romanians knew how to grill, and in the United States they created restaurants where the main course, of flame-grilled marbled rib steaks or juicy skirt steaks (also called Romanian Tenderloin) would be complemented by favorite appetizers including chopped liver, knishes, and gribenes, fried chicken skins, that would be shared by the table along with the ubiquitous buckets of coleslaw and kosher pickles. The closest you got to salad was chopped liver tossed with sliced radish.
"Several years ago, a friend of my mother's gaye me this method: Buy whatever brand of 1-quart dill or kosher pickles are on sale, drain the vinegar from them and discard.
buckets alongside our 31 other buckets filled with a copious variety of dressed olives, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, kosher pickles, preserved lemons, and sundried tomatoes.
When he asked, "Do these come on white bread?" security guards tensed, but the Protzel family simply continued loading a platter with knishes and kosher pickles. Gibson was then asked to identify by sight and smell delicacies including kugel, challah and gefilte fish, and culinary curios such as Fox's U-Bet chocolate syrup and Dr.
-- topped with bacon, kettle chips, kosher pickles, two cheeses and barbecue sauce -- is on the menu through April 2.