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Saturday, June 23, 2012
Sentimental Saturday~ Pickles
Nothing brings back more memories than the smell of pickles pickling on a warm summer's day.
She made the old 14 day pickles with cinnamon and cloves.
My, were they tasty!
Now I pickle my own, and the aroma brings me back to those carefree days, running past Grandma's crocks full of those delicious pickles.