To all of you who are sending Phickles to family and friends this year….THANKS! You help make the holidays PHUN!
Now thru midnight December 2nd…
Five Jars of Phickles Pickles ….any five you pick excluding pickled asparagus for the price of four! That’s five jars shipped to the address of your choice for $42 total!
Choose from our pickled okra, beans, green tomatoes, carrots, jalapeños and cucumbers.
Email your order to email@example.com and mention Cyber Monday!
It’s a deal too PHUN to miss!
We’re opening the doors of our pickle kitchen to the public Friday November 29 for a Black Friday sale! Take advantage of bulk pricing and mix your own 6 pack or 12 pack of our pickled okra, beans, green tomatoes, carrots, jalapeños, and more! We will also have quart sized jars available of most of our pickles and new flavors that haven’t hit the store shelves yet! If you haven’t tasted our pickles yet, we’ll have samples of everything ….& be the first to get your hands on a tub of our Hot Mess Cheese Spread! See y’all at the Pickle Parlor!
2 cans Wild Alaskan Salmon, drained & bones & skin removed
3 tablespoons mayonnaise (we used homemade. Dukes brand is our favorite.)
1/2 cup diced celery
3 tbsp capers, drained
1 cup diced Phickles Hotties (pickled jalapeños)
2 tbsp honey (we used honey from Savannah Bee Co.)
Mix all ingredients together and pepper to your likin’.
Serve on a bed of lettuce or with crackers. ENJOY!
Our Athens and Atlanta friends can get a head start on shopping for holiday gift giving! Order mixed cases (12 jars) for $70 total for pick up at our kitchen in Athens or from our pickle tastin’ tent at Peachtree Road Farmers Market or Grant Park Farmers Market. This offer is CASH ONLY! Email to order! firstname.lastname@example.org
I love coming up with easy recipes for my crock pot …especially when I can use our pickles. This recipe can be made with any of our pickles but I used our pickled sweet peppers. We don’t make these all the time, so if you’ve scored a jar of them from one of the farmers markets or by ordering them to be shipped to ya…you’re in luck!
Put a chuck roast in your crock pot. Pour all the contents of a jar of Phickles over the roast. Add a jar of water. Turn the temp to high and let it be for four hours. Then turn to low for four more hours.
Remove all the meat from the crock pot and set aside. Pour all the liquid (pickles too) into a food processor with a 3oz container of mushrooms. Purée ’til you get GRAVY! There is no need to add any flour …which makes this gravy completely gluten free.