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Pickles

  1. taste test
    Is This New Pickle Soft Serve Any Good?A team of pickle lovers and pickle haters put a controversial new menu item to the test.
  2. Brine Time
    Pickle Guys Take PKNY SpaceThe vendor needs more room for its barrels and brine.
  3. Video Feed
    Watch Jimmy Fallon Make His Writer Eat a Pickle for the First TimeHe gags.
  4. Trends
    Someone Tell Portlandia’s WritersAre pickles passe?
  5. Pickles
    A Sweet Story About a Sour PickleMore details emerge about Grillo’s pickle palace.
  6. Coming Soon
    Grillos Pickles Will Go Brick and MortarFormerly available at specialty markets and via cart, Grillos pickle purveyors will open their very own shop.
  7. Mediavore
    Upstate PA Waitress Could be the State’s Most Efficient Thief; ‘Bitch’Plus: Get ready for trendy grilled cheese vegetable desserts in the New Year; and could too many free breadstick refills be the cause of Olive Garden’s financial woes, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Empire Building
    McClure’s Moves Into the Potato-Chip BusinessThe pickle company teams up with an 81-year-old Detroit chip company for two new flavors.
  9. Price Check
    Pickles Don’t Grow on Trees!Noah Bernamoff of Mile End explains why he charges several dollars for a plate of pickles.
  10. Mediavore
    Swingers Club Nixed in Emmaus; Recalled Shrek Glasses Risks CouldPlus thieves beat and rob McDonald’s heir Geoffrey McDonald in his home, and Wisconsin’s “Pickle Bill” exempts small-batch food producers from regulations, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Openings
    Adsum’s Bar Menu Will Feature Kool-Aid-Pickled WatermelonWith an opening imminent Levin prepares snacks for Adsum’s bar menu.
  12. Quote of the Day
    Gym, Tan, PicklesMTV’s Snooki discovers the wonders of fried pickles.
  13. Mediavore
    McCain Stands Against Farm Program; Rubio’s Accepts $91 Million BuyoutA former presidential front-runner labels the “Better Know Your Farmer” program elitist, while a Carlsbad Mexican chain is sold.
  14. Locavorism
    Hipster PicklersBrooklyn Brine started with a skateboard and a dream.
  15. What to Eat
    A Call for Pickled SausagesPlus, pickle pinwheels!
  16. Closings
    South, Pickles Closing in End-Of-Year CrashLate 2009 has not been a good time for several high-profile restaurants.
  17. Mediavore
    Pickles for Hipsters; New Orleans Celebrates the Po’ BoyPlus: a restaurant doubling as a school, and singing McDonald’s employees, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. Lists
    Chow Exposes the Overexposed: Is Beef Jerky Next?Now that there’s a handbag made from the stuff, is beef jerky the next bacon?
  19. Mediavore
    Alaskans Not Ashamed of Eating Moose; Frankenfood Revolution Continues ApaceLittle Italy still has a few culinary treasures, and fried pickles are a new way to enjoy pickle season, in our summary of the morning headlines.
  20. NewsFeed
    Pickles: Will You Eat Them on a Train? On a Plane? At the Drive-in?After recently ruminating on mustard, Bruni’s blog tackles pickles today, linking to a classic Maury clip where a girl freaks out at the sight of them. Though our copy editor has a similar aversion to the things (she has yet to forgive us for interviewing Roger Janin of Guss’s), we’re big on pickles, hence this photo of a “chilly dilly” served at the Silver Moon theater in Florida, one of the Times’ favorite drive-ins and the only one they know of that sells beer. First-run movies cost only $4 at Silver Moon, but should a NYC restaurateur want to jump on the concept of outdoor flicks, pickles, homemade pizza, and beer (hey, if beef jerky, bowling, and microbrews is possible…), we’d be okay with their tripling that price. Attack of the Killer Pickles [NYT] Related: Pickle in a Tube: More Blechtacular Than Burger in a Can? Silver Moon Drive-In [Official site]
  21. At the Greenmarket
    First Strawberries Arrive to Find the Market a Regular SausagefestPeonies stole the show last Saturday, while strawberries have sidled in at Yuno’s stand on Mondays and Fridays. There should be berries in quantity by next weekend, but for now we’re focusing on meatier matters, like what to grill as we kick off the outdoor-cooking season.
  22. Ask a Waiter
    Guss’ Pickles Vendor Roger Janin Doesn’t Mind Getting Wet and SmellyRoger Janin has been working at Lower East Side institution Guss’ Pickles for six years. “I used to hang out here,” says Janin. “The mother of one of my friends was working here. She asked if I wanted to push some pickles around and I said, ‘Sure, I got nothing better to do.’” These days Janin works at the stand with Pat Fairhurst, his mother and the current owner of the eightysomething-year-old establishment. We asked him what it’s like persevering through frostbite, two-hour lines, a budding lawsuit, 500-pound pickle barrels, and the very stinky train ride home.