From @jenistrayning: "A lovely #healthy #dinner tonight of #babybroccoli #summersquash with #sage and a nice #ahituna #steak in a #Japanese #marinade #canolaoil, #ricewinevinegar #ginger and #soysauce) all topped with amazing #pickled #redonions from @perniciouspikls ️ #perfect #fridaynight in! Now time for the Lego Movie try pernicious pickled veggies! They're great and a local Costa Mesa Company! (And follow @jenistrayning for more tips!)"
Thanks Jen! More recipe ideas with our Sweet 'N Sour Pickled Red Onions are here.
You would think the lovely folks at Oakland-based Baia Pasta have their hands full, making small-batch, slow-dried, artisanal pasta with organic, American-grown grains. Somehow, they also have time to keep their Instagram feed full of delicious-looking concoctions, such as this farmers market salad with their Thai Red Curry flavored Whole Kamut ringlets and our Pickled "Ginger & Spice" Carrots.
From Baia: "This hot mess of a plate was really delicious and it features our experimental batch of Thai Red Curry flavored Whole Kamut® ringlets with loads of farmers' market goodies. Thai Red Curry flavored whole Kamut® ringlets + onion + summer squash + yellow bell pepper + charred corn + charred shishito peppers + cilantro + basil + scallions + Pernicious Pickling's Ginger & Spice pickled carrots + Other Brother Co.'s Smooth olive oil."
"We ran out. So we improvised. #sos #sendmorepickles"
Pickle people are the best :-)
Another amazing creation from our friend, Joe... "I’m not much of a food photog, but we picked some mussels at our cottage the other day and made a spicy tomato broth and had to try your pickles as a base for tartar sauce. They are delicious!"
Our friend, Joe, decided that, indeed, "Pickles ain't just for sandwiches" as he sent us a photo of his latest creation: a Lahmacun with our Garlic Dill "Classic With A Punch" Pickles. If you're unfamiliar with the Lahmacun (as I was), it's a Turkish flatbread, traditionally covered in minced lamb, tomatoes, and other vegetables then baked. Saveur has a great recipe here, altho we might just be partial to Mr. Joe's.