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The Pickle Blog is a way for us all to connect with you, our neighbours. We have felt it essential to bring our people together (digitally of course) during this crazy year by showcasing our favourite recipes, cooking tutorials, features on neighbours, and more.
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Chris & Gardening
We find the whole allotment concept in England quite endearing. What a great way for those with a green thumb to unite! We had a lovely time chatting with Chris...
Sean & Beer
Being a beer novice is probably the best conversation starter at any party. We chatted with Sean on everything from sour beer to what is actually the perfect compliment for...
Bryan & Cooking
Bryan’s food always looks SO GOOD on Instagram so we had to chat with him about how he fostered his hobby over the years. From traditional Irish cuisine (his homeland)...
Gary & Fermenting
We sat down (i.e. spoke with Gary over social media #socialdistancing) with Gary who agreed to be our FIRST neighbour spotlight. We wanted to highlight the many interesting people in...
Grandma’s Cherry Cinnamon Rolls
Grandma Eddy’s Cherry Rolls have been a breakfast staple on Christmas morning for as long as I can remember. At the age of 11, I made these for the first...
I remember my first bite of Chicago Italian Beef, like it was yesterday. It was a late summer evening, and after much inquiry I had been told that one from Portillo’s was...
Pickle & Rye’s Bloody Mary Starter Mix
Life is too short for mediocre cocktails. As Americans in London, we have seen far too many people throw together Tabasco and tomato juice and call it a Bloody Mary....
Festive Edible Gifts! Cranberry Chutney
We are full swing into the season of giving!Many of us are now spending our evenings and weekends scrolling through the internet for presents we think our loved ones would...
Autumn in a Jar: Pumpkin & Maple Apple Butter
One of the reasons we started Pickle and Rye all these years ago now, was to share our experience of home cooked American food with the UK. Perhaps part of...