How many jars of pickled watermelon does Derek Lam have stored in his refrigerator, ready to be paired with yellowtail crudo?
pickled ramps are possibly the best-known preparation and are best served with roasted meats, fish, or pasta.
Note: In the refrigerator, these pickled ramps will last a few weeks to a couple of months.
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Some garlic sauce, fresh and pickled veggies and maybe even some hots.
Are nice boiled, and then fried, or boiled and pickled, in the same manner as oysters.
Thicken it with the pickled nasturtians and send it to table in a boat.
The bunches of seed-vessels, or "ash-keys," as they are fancifully called, were pickled in salt and water and eaten in old times.
Then why does your face look like a huge piece of pickled beef?
Other species of Capparis are similarly employed in various localities, and in some cases the fruit is pickled.
c.1400, probably from Middle Dutch pekel "pickle, brine," or related words in Low German and East Frisian (cf. Dutch pekel, East Frisian päkel, German pökel), of uncertain origin or original meaning. Klein suggests the name of a medieval Dutch fisherman who developed the process. Originally a sauce served with meat or fowl; meaning "cucumber preserved in pickle" first recorded 1707, via use of the word for the salty liquid in which meat, etc. was preserved (c.1500). Figurative sense of "sorry plight" first recorded 1560s, from the time when the word still meant a sauce served on meat about to be eaten. Meaning "troublesome boy" is from 1788, perhaps from the notion of being "imbued" with roguery.
Drunk; soused (1842+)
To hit the ball very hard (1908+ Baseball)
To ruin; wreck: This will promptly pickle her college chances (1950s+)
[first noun sense fr 1500s British slang in a pickle and may refer to the situation of a mouse fallen into a pickling vat; picklement is a handy echo of predicament]