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Saturday
Jun092012

Review: Float Trip Pickles

Okay, so this isn't strictly a BBQ product but they were so darned good on a brisket sandwich that I had to do a little write up.  Oh, and they were given to me by a co-worker whose brother is the guy behind Float Trip Pickles.

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It seems that the recipe was a family tradition on the annual float trip on a river in southern Missouri.  They are so good that they now package them up for retail.  They are a sweet dill slice with a little jalapeno thrown in.  They remind me of my mother's bread and butter pickles but trust me, mama's pickles didn't have the kick that these do.

I first sampled them right out of the jar.  They were awesome!  In fact, I had to remind my brother-in-law to slow down on the pickles.  I wanted them on a brisket sandwich for lunch and we were going through the whole jar in record time.

They are available in a wide varitey of grocery and specialty stores across Missouri, or you can order online at their website.  They also have a relish that I haven't tried yet, but I look forward to the opportunity.

I'd highly recommend this product and it will become a staple in my refrigerator.

Cheers,
Braddog 

 

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I like these spicy pickles and dude....I have some sliced brisket for lunch, but sadly no float trip pickles with which to adorn them.
June 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChris
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