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Pickled Red Beets
With a secret blend of dill and our sweet & salty brine, our Fashionably Dill Pickled Red Beets go more East European. Our classic combination of beet and dill bring out the natural flavors of the beets and memories of times gone by. Perfectly paired with goat cheese on a crostini or tossed in a salad with apples and walnuts or in a Martha Stewart-inspired Bleeding Heart Martini.
organic red beets, organic distilled vinegar, water, organic sugar, kosher salt, dill
16 oz (454 g)
BEETS AIN'T JUST FOR SALADS!
• serve alongside cured meats & cheeses
• pickle hard-boiled eggs by marinating in leftover brine
• top a grilled eggplant sandwich with feta & fresh herbs
• mix a pickled beet salad with apples, goat cheese & walnuts
• drink a bleeding heart martini
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The Pernicious Pickling Co. Story
Hailing from Mississippi and England, Kendra Coggin and Baron Conway have been avid picklers since their mums first slathered Chow-Chow and Piccalilli on their school lunch sandwiches. Pernicious Pickling Co. was launched in October 2013 to celebrate the bold flavors of their Southern-English heritages and the rich cultural diversity of their new home in Southern California. With a philosophy that “Pickles ain’t just for Sandwiches,” Pernicious Pickling Co.’s family of products use the freshest vegetables, a range of different brines, and sophisticated combinations of spices to ensure that each product delivers flavors that are bold, balanced, and as delectable straight out of the jar as they are in the food and drinks we love. Launched in October 2013 in Costa Mesa, California Honored with Gold & Silver sofi Awards in the Pickles & Pickled Vegetable Category (2017), Good Food Awards Winner in the Pickles category (2016) & sofi Awards Finalist in the Appetizers, Antipasto, Hors D'Oeuvres category, Summer Fancy Food Show (2016 & 2015) Press features in Better Homes & Gardens, O, The Oprah Magazine, Food Network Magazine, Saveur, Food & Wine, Gourmet News, Tasting Table, Coast, Orange Coast, The Tasting Panel, and Laguna Beach Magazines Featured in curated artisanal boxes from The Mantry, Bespoke Post, The Fare Trade, Quarterly Co., and at the James Beard Foundation’s Taste America Los Angeles events