Grandma's recipe book
Beet Pickles (Click to enlarge to see her brine recipe).
Grandma doesn't believe in using rubber gloves. I think she even rolled her eyes at me when I asked where here gloves were.
Cousin Tobe learning from the best.
Grandma hasn't bought new canning jars in years!
Canned beet pickles!
Fresh out of the water bath canner.
Cousin Tobe with her finished product!
After letting the jars rest overnight, then removing the rings, the beets are shelved for at least a month before enjoying. Tobe says she eats the pickled beets as a snack, right out of the jar or chopped up on salads. You can add them to a veggie or antipasti platter for a delicious party treat! The finished Beet Pickles are so delicious - not too sour and not too sweet. They are the perfect mix.
This post is part of Twister Tuesdays at GNOWFGLINS.