View Poll Results: what's yer fix?

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  • dill pickles

    23 62.16%
  • bread and butter pickles

    7 18.92%
  • other pickles

    4 10.81%
  • neither- for jeffy ;

    3 8.11%
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Thread: dill or bread and butter?

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    Question dill or bread and butter?

    just a crappy spin-off from bethany's mayo or miracle whip thread...but i must know.

    all-out-no-exceptions dill pickles for me!
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    Definately Dill!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    totally dill
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  4. #4
    Bread and butter... I love it when they got onions in it also

  5. #5
    Half sours..this might be an northeastern thing as half sours are your typical deli pickle.

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    I voted other. Sweet Gherkins for me.

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    half sours? i'm from PA, i never heard of that, what are they like?
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    this is a tough choice...i love dill, but i could eat a while jar of bread&butter

    lol...sweet gherkins for me too LaMeChose

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali
    half sours? i'm from PA, i never heard of that, what are they like?
    Well they are not sweet and they are not pickled as long as others, so the flavor is kinda mellow I'd say its cousin is the garlic pickle,

    Being from New Jersey and owning a Deli I think we kinda follow NYC deli trends I go through about 15-20 gallons of half sours a week.

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    #1 8oz French Connection Deluxe- A charbroiled 8oz Burger is topped with Swiss cheese, Tavern Ham and sautéed mushrooms on a toasted kaiser roll with our Homemade honey mustard dressing served with curley fries pickle wedge and cole slaw $7.99

    #2 Gotham Cheese Steak - Shredded Rib Eye steak is grilled and mixed with sautéed onions and mushrooms topped with melted cheddar cheese, tomato, bacon and a creamy horseradish dressing Served with a side of Homemade Macaroni, Potato salad or rice pudding a pickle wedge and chips $6.49

    #3 Texas Meltdown - Store cooked roast beef is smothered in BBQ Sauce and grilled with sautéed mushrooms, onions and is topped off with melted cheddar cheese and is served on grilled sour dough bread. Served with a side of Homemade Macaroni or Potato salad, pickle wedge and chips $6.49

    #4 Santa Fe Chicken Club Sandwich- All white meat Breaded Chicken Breast served golden and topped with crispy bacon, Pepperjack cheese, lettuce, Chunky Salsa and Homemade Chipolte Mayo on a fresh Kaiser roll. Served with a side of Homemade Macaroni or Potato salad and a pickle wedge and chips $6.29

    #5 Smoked Turkey Caesar Cheddar Wrap- Thumanns premium smoked turkey breast is combined with mild cheddar cheese and topped off with crisp romaine lettuce, Caesar dressing, homemade crutons and a sprinkle off shredded parmesan cheese and rolled up in a whole wheat wrap. Served with a side of Homemade Macaroni, Potato salad or rice pudding a pickle wedge and chips $6.49

    #6 El-Navajo - Store trimmed and cooked roast beef, premium smoked turkey and pepperjack cheese are served on a ½ of sub roll with chipotle mayo, tomato, red onion and sliced pickles. Served with a side of Homemade Macaroni or Potato salad with a pickle wedge and chips $6.49


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    o i know the garlic pickle. sad to say i've actually never tried it though.
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