Dilly Dilly before Dilly Dilly was cool

We can’t ship y’all Budweiser but we CAN ship y’all the best DILL pickles out of the state of Georgia!

Our DILLicious pickles are great stocking stuffers for pickle lovers and picky palates!

To order a 4 pack of our House Pickles to be shipped to you for $48 total…

Email your Name & Shipping Address to PhickleChickle@Gmail.Com & we’ll get right back to ya! We’ll email your invoice and get it right to ya!

Pickled Sweet Peppers ~ For Sandwiches & Pasta & Salads!

Just pickled and available for a limited time! PICKLED SWEET PEPPERS ….seasoned with fresh dill and garlic …add the perfect zip of flavor to sandwiches, pasta salads & salads!

Include them in your 4, 6 or 10 pack order!

We ship 4 for $48, 6 for $65 & 10 jars for $90. These prices include all shipping & handling costs.

Choices are:

Pickled okra, green tomatoes, jalapeños, carrots, beans, sweet peppers, Cucumbers, & green onions.

Email PhickleChickle@Gmail.Com to order!

Shindig Is The New Ranch

We’re not just pickles anymore, y’all! Our SHINDIG SAUCE is our version of an Alabama style white BBQ sauce that’s great as a dip for fried potatoes, shrimp, chicken, pork, beef ….& even pizza (per our teenaged son!) He and his buddies are dipping everything in it…all those things they used to dip in ranch dressing. 😉

Our favorite way to use it grown-up style at home is with salmon. Place a fillet of salmon in a glass baking dish, cover the salmon with Shindig Sauce. Bake at 400 for 20 minutes for perfect salmon every time!

Try a sampler of our Shindig Sauce, Moppin’ Sauce and our Pickled Okra for just $36 total (shipping included!)

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Eat PHUN food, y’all!

Easy Kale Casserole With Pickled Green Tomatoes

Social media can really be phun when it instigates tasty dishes that can be phickled up! Today, I ‘repinned’ a recipe I found on Pinterest for Kale Casserole and since I had a bag of kale in the fridge …decided to try it out! The original recipe came from http://www.poetinthepantry.com …however, I didn’t have the italian sausage the recipe called for on hand …so I diced up ham instead. Either way… yum!

First… I washed and sliced two russet potatoes as thinly as possible with my amateur cutting skills. And…as the recipe instructed, I left the skins on the potatoes.

Next, I had fun layering the sliced potatoes in a round 9 inch casserole dish that I’d pre-buttered. Between the layers (3 of ’em,) I put a few pats of butter…just to be sure the potatoes would be moist and yummy. I put the potatoes in the oven at 400 degrees…

Then I browned about a pound of ham. It was a ready-to-eat version from Smithfield. Not fancy…but quite alright.

I removed the ham from the frying pan…and added in four cups of chopped curly leaf kale.

I thought this would be a good dish for some pickled green tomatoes. So… since this is a fairly small casserole, I only used four Wedgies ….but more would also be fine!

While the kale was cooking in the juices from the ham …and a little olive oil I added to the pan, I diced the ham and sliced the Wedgies. Then, once the kale had reduced and I’d decided it was perfect by trying it a few times… I added the ham and pickled green tomatoes to the kale in the pan.

20121011-191254.jpgAfter the potatoes had cooked for about 20 minutes, I removed them from the oven and topped them with the kale/ham/Wedgies mixture and a cup of cheddar cheese on the top. Then…I put the dish back in the oven for 10 minutes to melt everything together.

The end result was yummy! …and a little smear of sriracha was the only thing I added. There was enough seasoning from the ham and the Wedgies. Now…. I’m thinking about all the ways I could make this differently! It would be great at Thanksgiving with turkey instead of the ham, on New Years Day with collards instead of the kale, and with Spicy Italian Sausage (as the recipe on Pinterest suggested) with feta instead of cheddar! However you make it…. make it Phun!

20121011-191504.jpg ~angie