Kosher Dills Americans have been eating pickles ever since Christopher Columbus discovered the land. Since then, the pickled cucumber has become a favored snack, available in more than 36 varieties. Even teenagers and toddlers love them. In a recent study teens have identified pickles as one of their favorite vegetables. (Some call pickles a vegetable, but Supreme Court U.S.A. has ruled that they are a fruit of the vine.) Pickle history dates back to 2030 B.C., when inhabitants of Northern India brought cucumber seeds to the Tigris Valley. Shortly thereafter, cucumber vines were growing all across Europe. People then learned to preserve the fruits of their labor by pickling them in a salty brine. During the 17th century, the pickle came to the “New World.” By the 1820s, colonists had grown so fond of pickles that Nicholas Appert constructed the first pickle plant in America. In fact, America was named after a pickle peddler: Amerigo Vespucci. Vespucci was a ships chandler, outfitting vessels scheduled for long explorations with vitamin C-packed pickled vegetables (particularly cucumbers and cabbage) to prevent scurvy among crew members. You can experience a piece of early American history each time you open a jar of Bubbies Kosher Dills or Bubbies Bread and Butter Chips.
Bread and Butter Chips Bread and Butter Chips are an unqualified success. Sweet pickle lovers enjoy the crunchy taste. Like all Bubbies products, they are made from only the highest quality and freshest ingredients. Because they are pasteurized, no refrigeration is required.
Conscious Choice Original Beer Pickle, 16 oz Consume these pickles with beer, lunch meat, crakers, beer, spam, cheese, beer, weenies, and possibly even a beer. You gotta love HOT, SPICY & SALTY to try these.
Thin slices of fresh ginger root pickled with red shiso (beefsteak) leaves. No red dye, preservatives, or refined sugar that are in sushi bar varieties. Always served with sushi and great with vegetables, grains, fish, and other protein dishes.
This is authentic kraut made solely using old-world methods. U.S.A. family organic cabbage is hand harvested at its peak, cored, washed, sliced, and fermented with sea salt. Generations of experience, traditional methods, and one family growing, making, and packing this kraut creates its traditional, beneficial character. A centuries old health food. No additives or preservatives of any kind. Glass jar packed. Refrigerate after opening.
Hengstenberg Knax Crunchy Gherkin Pickles, 24.3 Oz Our most famous gherkins! Extra crunchy cucumbers, that are loved all over the world. Aromatic herbs, especially dill, and a finely tuned vinegar infusion, create the fresh-spicy flavor.
Reese Baby Corn is carefully picked at the peak of harvest. Their delicate flavor can be enjoyed in stir frys, salads or eaten raw as a healthy snack. Reese baby corn comes in a resalable glass jar perfect for using at any time.
Mean Beans are a spicy take on what Rick’s Mom in Vermont calls dilly beans. Our version comes with extra heat. These prize-winning crispy beans are pickled with cayenne and fresh dill and have an unusually fresh flavor. They make a great hors d’oeuvre wrapped up in salami. Garnish your Bloody Mary with Mean Beans and add the brine for an extra-potent kick. Use the leftover brine to pickle sliced carrots!
Spanish smoked paprika gives our okra a deep, zesty flavor. With its vibrant taste and firm texture, Smokra is a knockout healthy snack and a great addition to an appetizer plate. Wrap Smokra in ham and halve it diagonally for a tasty treat, and use the brine for marinating brisket, tofu or pork! Smokra was featured in Oprah magazine in a Cubano sandwich.