Milwaukee Dills????

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JAHelgy
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Milwaukee Dills???? - Fri, 04/15/05 3:35 PM
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May sound silly, but, I believe that thae Milwaukee Dill Midget pickles are The BEST!!! Those tasty little ba**ards are addicting!!!!!!1


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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Fri, 04/15/05 3:40 PM
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I have a bottle in my fridge and agree. They used to offer a hot-n-spicy pickle, I haven't been able to find them as of late.

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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Fri, 04/15/05 3:46 PM
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Iknow...........those hot-n-sipcies were Awesome, I'm still looking as well!

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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Fri, 04/15/05 4:49 PM
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I haven't heard of Milwaukee Dill Pickles before. Is it a regional brand?

I did see a recommendation somewhere to spice up regular dill or polish pickles by putting several splashes of Tabasco sauce into the jar, then giving it several days in the 'fridge before starting to eat them. It does make for a tasty pickle. If you try it, let us know how it compares to Milwaukee hot-n-spicy.

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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Fri, 04/15/05 5:06 PM
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I like my hot REALLY HOT, so I just put a few fresh habenaro peppers in my pickle jar.

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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Fri, 04/15/05 9:54 PM
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You can make your own hot and spicy pickles. I do. I make this recipe by the five gallons and use 3 large bottles of Tobasco. They have a little fire, but not too bad. You can always add more or less according to your taste. Keep the sugar and garlic the same, though. I go through five gallons of these every 2-3 weeks at the restaurant.

1 gallon hamburger dills
4 lbs granulated sugar
1 large bottle of Tabasco(adjust to your taste)
1 TBS crushed garlic

Drain pickles for approx 2 hours
Mix all ingredients well and return to pickle container
Double plastic wrap and place under pickle container lid
Reseal
Invert container every 24 hours for 5 days

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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Wed, 04/20/05 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by berndog

I haven't heard of Milwaukee Dill Pickles before. Is it a regional brand?
They're not listed on the Campbell's Soup website but I think that may be the parent company as pickle jar labels are accepted for Campbell's "Labels for Education" program. I'll have to check a jar the next time I'm in the store...

Brad

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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Sun, 07/10/05 4:50 PM
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Milwaukee's Midget Dill Pickles are the greatest thing going since sex. The problem is they don't sell to So. Californians.I would appreciate it if anybody could give me the name of the current manuf. ,a web-site address, a phone number, anything so I can order several cases.
Thank You,
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RE: Milwaukee Dills???? - Sun, 07/10/05 5:43 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by Bump

Milwaukee's Midget Dill Pickles are the greatest thing going since sex. The problem is they don't sell to So. Californians.I would appreciate it if anybody could give me the name of the current manuf. ,a web-site address, a phone number, anything so I can order several cases.
Thank You,
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You can order them from the following website:

http://www.groceries-express.com/