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    This thread is fascinating to me. The variations are amazing and all sound wonderful.

    What kind of pickle is a Branston pickle. Sweet? Sour?

    Is this it?

    Branston Pickle is made from a variety of diced vegetables, including swede (rutabaga), carrots, onions and cauliflower pickled in a sauce made from vinegar, tomato, apple and spices. In recent years high-fructose corn syrup has replaced sugar in the product sold in the American market.

    https://www.amazon.com/Branston-Orig...88044688&psc=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by wreeder View Post
    This thread is fascinating to me. The variations are amazing and all sound wonderful.

    What kind of pickle is a Branston pickle. Sweet? Sour?

    Is this it?

    Branston Pickle is made from a variety of diced vegetables, including swede (rutabaga), carrots, onions and cauliflower pickled in a sauce made from vinegar, tomato, apple and spices. In recent years high-fructose corn syrup has replaced sugar in the product sold in the American market.

    https://www.amazon.com/Branston-Orig...88044688&psc=1

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    Yes that's the one, suppose you'd call it sweetish.
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    i have 3 cheese melted with bacon.
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    While I enjoy a good grilled cheese sandwich or melt if you feel so inclined; I really like a slice of Mild Cheddar in between 2 slices of German bologna, on white bread, potato chips on the side.
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    Two slices of wholemeal bread with mature Cheddar cheese between, maybe Branston pickle, both slices of bread buttered on the outside only, then fired on my griddle pan and turned both over and ninety degrees until both sides are nicely toasted with a criss-cross grid pattern on both sides.

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    Thanks to everyone that took the time to post. They all sound wonderful. I've got a jar of imported Branston pickle on order with Amazon and look forward to trying it. I think the only thing like it that I saw while growing up was a homemade pickled vegetable mixture called Chow Chow but it was sour and tended to be too spicy for me.

    https://www.lovelesscafe.com/recipes...w-chow-relish/

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    An interesting recipe. I should have mentioned that I use Branston Small Chunks for a sandwich - there is a version with larger chunks. And there are no peppers - just as well, since I'm violently allergic to the slightest trace of them.

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