by Brian O'Malley | January 1, 2009 7:14 pm
Homemade condiments give food at several restaurants an extra kick. Here are some restaurants that offer homemade pickles on their menus:
While the pickles themselves are not made in house, the batter is. These delicious little fellas are worth the calories, the parking hassle, and burning the patuitie out of your mouth on the first bite.
….are super good. They taste even better after like 10 beers or a hangover. Eat them. I don’t know what the rest of their food tastes like.
One of the restaurants greatest contributions to the Atlanta dining scene. They are complementary and come in a ramekin filled with slices of semi-sweet and spicy pickles, floating in delicious brine.
A closely held family recipe keeps Chef Coffey’s pickles from spreading like a brush fire across Colorado. Rumor has it that Classen has planted spies in the pantry of this up and coming Aspen eatery to try and decifer the magic.
Our own operatives tell us that hot pickling liquid over the cool vegetables already in the crock is the key to success for these crowd favorites.
They’re incredibly fresh and crunchy, with just the right amount of sweet and spice and a nice onion undertone.
Source URL: http://fsmomaha.com/on-the-menu-pickles/
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