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Pickle It! The Creative Cooking Crew Round-Up

September 30, 2013 by Joan Nova in Blogging, Creative Cooking Crew Challenge, Food Challenge, Recipe Development | 12 Comments

A couple of months ago the challenge for the Creative Cooking Crew was “stuff it”. This month we took on “pickle it” and got quite a turn out.  Are you ready to get pickled??

Please support these creative bloggers with your visit and comments. For ease of transport, click on blog name to see full post, recipes, and more photos.


Pickled Sockeye Salmon and Sea Scallop & Braeburn Apple Emulsion by Lazaro Cooks.


Pickled Blueberries from the team at HK Skillet.


Pickled Beets and Eggs from Christo at Chez What?

Platanos Mangoes + Me did Pickled Red Onions and a cheeseboard with Pickled Grapes.


Salmon Nordic Style from Cindystar


Pickled Ginger for a cucumber-carrot salad from Cheap Ethnic Eatz.

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Pickled Watermelon and Cucumber Salad from A Cook Writes.


Smoked Pork Belly with Pickled Peach + Chicharrón from Upstart Kitchen

pickled apples

Pickled Apples from Tri2Cook.


Pickled Jalapenos for beef lettuce wraps from Colombian Recipes.

Nachos with Cheese Sauce and Pickled Jalapenos (5) (600x400)

Pickled Jalapenos for nachos from Mission Food.

Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary with pickled asparagus from Spinach Tiger.


Pickled Sauerkraut from Lost Past Remembered.


LA Galbi with Pickled Korean Pear from Taste with the Eyes.

Shrub vodka

Shrub Vodka with Pickled Raspberries from La Diva Cucina.


Pickled Blueberries + Corn from FOODalogue.

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  1. christo says:

    as usual – another great round of goodies!
    christo recently posted..Savory Porchetta Sandwiches – An Italian TraditionMy Profile

  2. Lori Lynn says:

    Such a fun theme! Love the variety and creativity, the CCC is aptly named. As always, you are a terrific hostess, Joan.
    Lori Lynn recently posted..LA Galbi and Pickled Korean PearMy Profile

  3. Wow! Look at all the entries and talent an creativity! I’ll be going around to all of you one by one this week. Great job, all! Thanks for hosting Joan.
    La Diva Cucina recently posted..Tickled to Pickle!My Profile

  4. A fun topic. Joan, I think there was another bloody Mary from someone else, but I don’t see it here.
    angela@spinachtiger recently posted..Best Bloody Mary with Pickled Asparagus, Recipe from a BartenderMy Profile

  5. deana sidney says:

    Another fun topic. I hadn’t done sauerkraut in years… great to do it!
    deana sidney recently posted..Strasbourg, Overstuffed Freezers and Choucroute GarniMy Profile

  6. Norma - Platanos, Mangoes and Me! says:

    I had a great time

  7. LidiaLipstick says:

    Beautiful pickled Beets and Eggs Christo. And I’m always up for a spicy drink, love the Bloody Mary recipe,yummy. Hey Norma, love the egg on top of the burger.

  8. I am tickled pickled pink from this month’s awesome challenge. Everyone’s results are so incredible.

  9. Erica says:

    Thanks for hosting this challenge,Joan!What a wonderful list!
    Erica recently posted..Que Rica Vida EventMy Profile

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