Step 2: Add the magic ingredients.

Pour the sugar and Kool-Aid into the pickle juice. Stir until all of the sugar and Kool-Aid is dissolved.
Hello! I was wondering if I could use this recipe at a farmers market that I'll be attending. I'll give you full credit and I can even PayPal you a little bit of the money I receive. Let me know what you think
<p>Had these at a party I went to over the weekend, never heard of them but they were good. going to have to give this a try</p>
I saw these on one of Alton Brown's shows a few years ago. I live in Alabama and had not heard of them but had to try them. Easy to make and definitely a surprisingly different taste. I enjoyed them.
It sounds kinda gross...no offence. (Hope I spelled that right!) but then again, I haven't tried them
It tastes both sweet and sour. It's also kind of neat to look at. lol
have you done this before? what do they taste like?
This is my first time making them. My teacher told us how they make them in the Delta. They are pretty sweet. They taste about 80% Kool-Aid and 20% pickle juice.
Are these dill, sweet Gherkins, or bread and butter pickles?
They're just regular dill pickles.

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