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Foodbme

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RE: The BEST Pickles??? Sun, 01/27/08 7:26 PM (permalink)
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Originally posted by fabulousoyster

Batampte pickle products in Brooklyn, serving NY.


AND ARIZONA!!! I just bought a jar of BaTampte half sour dills today at SPROUTS in Mesa AZ
 
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    Foodbme

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    RE: The BEST Pickles??? Sun, 01/27/08 7:33 PM (permalink)
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    Originally posted by mclaw

    I HAVE BEEN BUYING TOPORS PICKLES SINCE THE 1960'S. THEY HAVE BEEN THE BEST, NEXT TO STRUBS PICKLES, MADE IN ONTARIO. LATELY I CAN'T FIND THE ORIGINAL TOPOR BARREL CURED PICKLES IN THE STORE. I HOPE THEY HAVE NOT DECIDED TO DROP THAT LINE AND PRODUCE ONLY PICKLES THAY TASTE JUST LIKE CLAUSSEN'S, WHICH ARE BASICALLY WORTHLESS.



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      Rusty246

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      RE: The BEST Pickles??? Wed, 02/11/09 1:40 PM (permalink)
      Wow, I guess I've been in the dark regarding "Wickles".  I'm pretty much a garlicky dill kinda girl but when my co-worker gave me a slice of a "Wickle" yesterday all I could say was "wow".  She said she got them at Publix, she used to only see them at "Cracker Barrel".  So when I got off of work yesterday the hunt was on.  The first store I went to, no "Wickles". The second store had only two jars left and I have to have a tall person reach them for me.  My co-worker brought me a jar in to work today!  I definetly can say I'm hooked for now but at the rate I'm consuming them I'm gonna need a break.
       
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        acer2x

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        RE: The BEST Pickles??? Wed, 02/11/09 1:52 PM (permalink)
        Guss's are now available in a jar in Philly in selected markets. I found them at the ShopRite on Roosevelt Blvd at Red Lion Road. They only had the half sours.

        I can get Strub's full sours at Wegman's in Warrington. They no longer carry BaTemTe products.

        Don Hermann's is a good brand. They now provide their pickles under the Nathan's label. They are available in AZ(where they have a farm) and in the midwest under the the Don Hermann label.

        I'm a full sour guy.


         
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          NYPIzzaNut

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          RE: The BEST Pickles??? Wed, 02/11/09 2:27 PM (permalink)
          Foxyfishy14


          My favorites are just Claussen spears right out of the jar!
          I have not found anything better than this brand.


           
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            Rusty246

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            RE: The BEST Pickles??? Wed, 02/11/09 3:17 PM (permalink)
            NYPIzzaNut


            Foxyfishy14


            My favorites are just Claussen spears right out of the jar!
            I have not found anything better than this brand.


            That's my year around brand.  Once they're gone I've been known to buy pickling cucumbers, slice them and put them in the brine.  In a week they're pretty close to the real thing.
             
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              therbs

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              Re:The BEST Pickles??? Tue, 04/14/09 12:25 AM (permalink)
               hello all
              im from the detroit area. 30 miles northwest of detroit. and without a doubt, topors is the 
              best pickle there is. i now live in connecticut. and the co-workers that i have brought these pickles to, who lived in new york and new jersey, say without a doubt topors are the best.
              the detroit area has a lot to offer, saunders hot fudge/butterschotch caramel, better maid potato chips,vernors ginger ale, caulders milk products.
               
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                Foodbme

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                Re:The BEST Pickles??? Tue, 04/14/09 2:09 AM (permalink)
                therbs


                hello all
                im from the detroit area. 30 miles northwest of detroit. and without a doubt, topors is the 
                best pickle there is. i now live in connecticut. and the co-workers that i have brought these pickles to, who lived in new york and new jersey, say without a doubt topors are the best.
                the detroit area has a lot to offer, saunders hot fudge/butterschotch caramel, better maid potato chips,vernors ginger ale, caulders milk products.


                I understand Topor's are so good they're now going to pay the Big 3 Auto Execs their bonuses with them instead of cash!
                 
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                  johnlockedema

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                  Re:The BEST Pickles??? Sun, 05/9/10 10:41 PM (permalink)
                  Ba Tampte full sours for me.
                   
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