Craving a salty bite? Fried pickles are just the thing! Thick-cut store-bought pickle chips work best in an air fryer. Pat pickles dry, dip them in beaten egg, then roll in panko breadcrumbs. Fry at 400°F for 8-10 minutes, flipping them halfway through for even browning.
A wall of pickled pecky cypress houses three flat-screen TVs, programmable via the home's smart tablets. A series of transom windows and the peaked ceiling, vaulted to a height of 19'8", contribute to the room's expansive presence.
Air-Popped Popcorn ● Peach Slices ● Mini Bell Peppers ● Turkey and Pickle “Sushi” (Lay turkey slice on a flat surface, add pickle lengthwise to one side and roll turkey around pickle. Slice into 1-inch rounds.) ● Note From Mom
With its focus on sustainable, locally-sourced materials, this living room features a wall of pickled pecky cypress, which houses three flat-screen TVs, programmable via the home's smart tablets. Perched above the TVs, a series of transom windows contributes to the room's expansive presence.
The exposed architectural elements give this dining room an industrial flare and interest. This dining room design boasts exposed beams, pickled wood floors, a support column with stone detail and a high ceiling with tin tiles and molding.
A wall of pickled pecky cypress houses three flat-screen televisions in this coastal living room. Motorized TV covers slide over the televisions when not in use. Geometric-patterned armchairs and a neutral sofa create a cozy sitting area, which is well-lit by multiple surrounding windows.
Make your way to Great American Ball Park, because Hot Chicken has officially arrived at the home of the Cincinnati Reds. This fiery and flavorful offering consists of chicken tenders dipped in hot sauce, served on a golden slice of Texas toast and topped with tangy sliced pickles.
While the juicy flesh is delicious for gobbling and the seeds are great for spitting, the rind on a watermelon also has its place on the dinner table. Pickled watermelon rind is a Southern classic and makes a great side dish or can be tossed with crispy bacon and served over greens.
Pick a peck of peppers for pickling, roasting or eating out of hand with this sweet pepper. Fruits ripen in a blaze of hues, including orange, yellow, red and purple. Peppers resemble hot peppers, but offer a sweet bite. Plants thrive in containers and yield readily. When the harvest is heaviest, pick some peppers to dry and create strings or ristras.
Compost tumblers help air reach all your materials, which speeds up decomposition. Look for a ready-made tumbler or make your own from an old pickle barrel. You'll need to add a vent tube in the middle and some holes to let excess moisture drain out. Although you could simply roll your barrel around to mix the materials inside, a homemade wooden frame makes the job easier.
Some design choices can make large-scale items, such as light fixtures, pop even more. It can be as easy as adding a coat of paint over a weekend. In the kitchen and living room of this lake home, Metro Atlanta designer Beth Johnson painted the wood paneling, which had been a pickled oak color, a more appealing white. Then matched the frame of the artwork for a seamless look.