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  1. It stinks of old pickle brine.
  2. Well, Alex, that is a pickle isn’t it.
  3. I don’t appreciate the pickle you put me in.
  4. While reciting the Pickle for a Nickel rhyme, he.
  5. Well, you're in a bit of a pickle, Frankie said.

  6. He kept his foreskin in a pickle jar behind the bar.
  7. One is the number of jars in a case of dill pickle relish.
  8. I rolled my eyes and swallowed the last of the juicy pickle.
  9. After this is done, pour off the vinegar and pickle afresh.
  10. Jamal returned to his seat and popped a pickle in his mouth.
  11. Quarter of a dill pickle, two black olives beside the sandwich.
  12. In this case, it even allows us to switch to a different module (cPickle or pickle) by.
  13. Santa hands Billy Bob the wooden pickle as a gift thats covered in blood from where he.
  14. RELISH! What a special name for the minced pickle sweetly crushed in its white-capped jar.
  15. My favorite Iceman anecdote concerns the pickle he found himself in with a few young ladies.

  16. Is that cute little lady going to climb into the pickle jar again? She’s really something.
  17. There is another module called cPickle which functions exactly same as the pickle module except.
  18. Next, we retrieve the object using the load function of the pickle module which returns the object.
  19. We have discussed various types of input/output and also file handling and using the pickle module.
  20. We’ll leave it at that, but please, let me know if you get into a pickle and it causes a problem.
  21. He puts half the bun on top of the meat, paints the other half with melted butter, with thin pickle relish.
  22. Another is the number of jars that will fit on the shelf in the store in the assigned area in the pickle aisle.
  23. Inmates with ―high profile status‖ sans ―escape risk and or assaultive‖ classifications are in green pickle suits.
  24. Rufus himself was fussing about in the back of the shop, his nose still swollen to the size of a large pickle, courtesy of Mrs.
  25. When I emerged from the bathroom, it was sitting on a plate, sliced diagonally and rimmed by blue corn tortilla chips and a pickle.

  26. Grandma, early, had telephoned downstairs suggesting her two relatives take ham and pickle sandwiches out through the green forests.
  27. With the guilty thought out of my conscience, I finished my sandwich and remaining pickle, then crossed the short distance to the sink.
  28. Python provides a standard module called pickle using which you can store any Python object in a file and then get it back later intact.
  29. I felt however that there could have been a little more of a curry hit in the curry elements and a bit more pickle in the pickled elements.
  30. We were in a fine pickle, and I had just about had enough when my pal (a lad from "The Smoke") nearly put me on my back by stopping suddenly.
  31. This counter represents the number of jars of dill pickle relish that could be added to completely fill the space on the shelf that this product occupies.
  32. My face was soon in a pickle, and in West Africa, where any little bite or cut becomes a festering sore which will not heal, such things are to be dreaded.
  33. Vincy decided questions with trenchant ignorance, especially as to those liquors which were the best inward pickle, preserving you from the effects of bad air.
  34. To store an object in a file, first we open a file object in write mode and store the object into the open file by calling the dump function of the pickle module.
  35. When his lower face was thoroughly marked by her fluids, he rolled a chocolate-flavored condom on his bronzed pickle and presented his wrapped sausage to Chantelle.
  36. Three seconds later she ran back in as she’d forgot to get the box from the kitchen that contained home-made stuffed potato parontas, with yogurt and brinjal pickle.
  37. I have been in the green pickle suit for two weeks and have nearly had 4 heart attacks! Three times around 3 AM I have been awakened by jailers standing over me inside my cell.
  38. Oh, you solemn rogue, you—you Bunger! was there ever such another Bunger in the watery world? Bunger, when you die, you ought to die in pickle, you dog; you should be preserved to future ages, you rascal.
  39. Now it seems that we are down to ketchup, pickle relish, salsa and steak sauce, and although they historically were fermented, today’s massed produced condiments rely on sugar and vinegar rather than lactic acid as a preservative.
  40. Anyway so I comes in this morning to collect the ruins, and your manager greets me with one of those sour pickle grins and says Well Joe, that was a fine healthy re-action we had in the market, ain’t it? I could have killed him.
  41. Using the International sign for where the hell can we get a bed please? we lampooned ourselves round the village until we were at the point where we would have asked a lame duck in a pickle jar to shuffle up and make space for the night.
  42. Marking all this, Stubb argued well for his scheme, and turning to the Guernsey-man had a little chat with him, during which the stranger mate expressed his detestation of his Captain as a conceited ignoramus, who had brought them all into so unsavory and unprofitable a pickle.
  43. You may guess then in what a curious pickle those soft flesh-cushions of mine were, all so red, raw, and in fine, terribly clawed off; but so far from feeling any pleasure in it, that the recent smart made me pout a little, and not with the greatest air of satisfaction receive the compliments, and after-caresses of the author of my pain.
  44. When he couldn't look in the cockpit any more, and when he knew it was right and the figures were huge in his gunsight, he thumbed the pickle button, and felt the chung-chung under each wing as the release cartridges kicked the two 750lb cans of napalm free of the airplane to tumble to the ragged earth and splash burning jellied gasoline over the running figures.
  45. He never admitted that he himself did anything other than tolerate the interviews; he would spend the first ten minutes after Richard’s arrival puttering among the kitchen cabinets, amassing two baloney sandwiches on crustless Wonder Bread and a warty dill pickle and a can of Schlitz, all to preserve the conceit that this was merely lunchtime, he’d been planning to take a break anyway.
  46. Well, well, my dear comrade and twin-brother, thought I, as I drew in and then slacked off the rope to every swell of the sea—what matters it, after all? Are you not the precious image of each and all of us men in this whaling world? That unsounded ocean you gasp in, is Life; those sharks, your foes; those spades, your friends; and what between sharks and spades you are in a sad pickle and peril, poor lad.
  47. All the more did the affairs of the great world interest her, when communicated in the letters of high-born relations: the way in which fascinating younger sons had gone to the dogs by marrying their mistresses; the fine old-blooded idiocy of young Lord Tapir, and the furious gouty humors of old Lord Megatherium; the exact crossing of genealogies which had brought a coronet into a new branch and widened the relations of scandal,—these were topics of which she retained details with the utmost accuracy, and reproduced them in an excellent pickle of epigrams, which she herself enjoyed the more because she believed as unquestionably in birth and.
  48. A pretty pickle, truly, thought I; abed here in a strange house in the broad day, with a cannibal and a tomahawk! "Queequeg!—in the name of goodness, Queequeg, wake!" At length, by dint of much wriggling, and loud and incessant expostulations upon the unbecomingness of his hugging a fellow male in that matrimonial sort of style, I succeeded in extracting a grunt; and presently, he drew back his arm, shook himself all over like a Newfoundland dog just from the water, and sat up in bed, stiff as a pike-staff, looking at me, and rubbing his eyes as if he did not altogether remember how I came to be there, though a dim consciousness of knowing something about me seemed slowly dawning over him.
  49. Jeanie and Marion Sapples, the washerwoman, with a pickle tea and sugar tied in the corners of a napkin, and two measured glasses of whisky in an old doctor’s bottle, had been sent with the foul clothes the night before to the washing-house, and by break of day they were up and at their work; nothing particular, as Marion said, was observed about Jeanie till after they had taken their breakfast, when, in spreading out the clothes on the green, some of the ne’er-do-weel young clerks of the town were seen gaffawing and haverelling with Jeanie, the consequence of which was, that all the rest of the day she was light-headed; indeed, as Mrs Girdwood told me herself, when Jeanie came in from the green for Marion’s dinner, she couldna help remarking to her goodman, that there was something fey about the lassie, or, to use her own words, there was a storm in her tail, light where it might.
  50. And even when the shops were shut, he would "see" the kosher pickle scents or the boxed tobaccos, or the locked-away African ivory aromas of the billiard balls in their nests, or the aphrodisiac whiff from the gas station when some tank flooded, and Henry walking, staring straight ahead, no dark glasses, no cane, his mouth counting the beats, to turn in at Al's Beer and walk steadily and unswervingly through the crowded tables toward an empty piano stool, there to sit and reach up for the beer that was automatically popped in place by Al before his arrival, to play exactly three tunes, including the "Maple Leaf" sadly better than Cal the barber, drink the one beer, and stride out into a night he owned with his paces and counts, heading home, calling out to unseen voices, naming names, proud of his shuttered genius, only his nose steering the way and his legs firm and muscled from ten miles of strides per day.
  1. This process is called pickling.
  2. It is only necessary to add broccoli to the pickling juice to make the eggs turn to a marvelous green color that children adore.
  3. What is limewater? It is water made using pickling lime and when added to water it will change the ph level in our child’s urine, eliminating the diaper rash.
  4. Poor Mironoff! said he, when I had finished my story; it is a pity; he was a brave officer; and Madame Mironoff a kind lady, an expert in pickling mushrooms.
  5. The jar, which was not quite full of the eggs, had tipped slightly when Zygmunt pulled his shirt away and some of the slick orbs shifted position in the pickling liquid within it and caused the boys to think that they were somehow alive and striving to be released from their confinement.
  1. Like pickled pork.
  2. Air, air, sweet pickled air.
  3. Serve with pickled red beets if available.
  4. I had pickled octopus, once, in Venice.
  5. Here, take this honey cake, and the pickled eggs.
  6. If there was one thing worse than a pickled wizard, it.
  7. Davis, the teacher, that Amy March had pickled limes in her desk.
  8. There’s nothing sadder than a pickled wizard, I always think.
  9. Half bacon crosswise and slice the two pickled gherkins lengthwise.
  10. They were trained in the art of cooking with pickled ingredients.
  11. When palates crave the opposite of Javanese sweetness, this pickled.
  12. Underneath were two jars of pickled herrings and three bars of chocolate.
  13. No, but the test for Pan being close lies with those white pickled eggs.
  14. But we are the ones feasted upon; our minds pickled and hearts exsanguinated.
  15. He says you had a mutton-chop, two baked potatoes, a pickled walnut and a glass of ale.
  16. So, I can’t Read another Reader’s mind? I ask as I eat a piece of pickled ginger.
  17. Bilo pickled in her cringe moment, she apologized sheepishly and walked off to hide in shame.
  18. Just as ‘Uncle’s’ pickled mushrooms, honey, and cherry brandy had seemed to her the best.
  19. Pickled cucumber and the first green zucchini of the season, with apple mint and zucchini flowers.
  20. Remember pickled beets? Corn relish? Heinz used to boast of 57 varieties of sauces, each one fermented.
  21. Jams and jellies, squash, green beans, pickled okra, tomatoes, salsa, apple sauce, you name it; it was there.
  22. The mist swirled more thickly, collecting right in front of me and around the table with the pickled monster-part jars.
  23. Would you like a few bites, Monsieur Closse? I have here pieces of cheese, pickled fish, pickled moose tongue and bread.
  24. Gingered carrots, pickled peppers, raisin chutney and fermented bean paste not only tastes good, but are good for you as well.
  25. Here we have pickled cucumber which is hot, stuffed cucumber which is hot, pickled cabbage, kimchi, which is hot and chillies.
  26. In the next row, pickled vegetables and in the third something that looked like dogs’ innards floating in indiscriminate shite.
  27. The Wandle, the Mole, every little stream, was a heaped mass of red weed, in appearance between butcher's meat and pickled cabbage.
  28. I felt however that there could have been a little more of a curry hit in the curry elements and a bit more pickle in the pickled elements.
  29. One long table was stacked with glass jars filled with pickled things-severed hairy claws, huge yellow eyes, various other parts of monsters.
  30. Even in Lenin’s tomb on Red Square in Moscow the preservative of his pickled remains somehow makes him seem, as intended, more alive than dead.
  31. Tiny cubes of salted and pickled things (capers and apples), amongst drops of chili and basil (maybe), that added an ingenious contrast to the lemon.
  32. The inside of my mouth was pickled by the time we got to Newquay and the driver had to keep turning up the volume on his radio because of the noise I was making.
  33. Why was Camden in such haste to take a visitor to his den? There was nothing but pickled vermin, and drawers full of blue-bottles and moths, with no carpet on the floor.
  34. But after all, what is it you use, over fifty percent of your brain, while we humans only use ten? Yet, here you are, all tied up, your friends all pickled and preserved.
  35. When it was obvious that Gasbag was hungry as well as thirsty, The Black Hat Man filled and refilled bowls of bar pretzels, and emptied the gallon jar of its pickled eggs.
  36. The land trolls here, though they were pitifully small, had a robust scent about them, of cigarettes and perspiration and digestive systems bested by too much beer and pickled eggs.
  37. Early in June it happened that Agafea Mihalovna, the old nurse and housekeeper, in carrying to the cellar a jar of mushrooms she had just pickled, slipped, fell, and sprained her wrist.
  38. What is devitalized food and why are the Yogis so against it? Dead and devitalized foods include everything that has been preserved, bottled, bleached, refined, canned, pickled, or polished.
  39. For starters, I decided to shun the advice of the maitre’d (because I’m hard like that) of going for the salmon, instead opting for the scallops, served with onion bhaji and pickled vegetables.
  40. This morning Floy talked about Lorila’s old ports, bellicose city-states before they had been swallowed by land, and I felt as though I might be swallowed by sea as I pickled my knickers in the brackish water.
  41. On the tray was a bottle of herb wine, different kinds of vodka, pickled mushrooms, rye cakes made with buttermilk, honey in the comb, still mead and sparkling mead, apples, nuts (raw and roasted), and nut-and-honey.
  42. On the tray was a bottle of herb wine, different kinds of vodka, pickled mushrooms, rye cakes made with buttermilk, honey in the comb, still mead and sparkling mead, apples, nuts (raw and roasted), and nut-and-honey sweets.
  43. There is, however, a hot Tartare Sauce which is made by adding to one cup of thick white sauce the following ingredients: One tablespoonful, each, of chives, parsley, pickled gherkins, olives, and capers, all put through the food chopper.
  44. Well, they went to the bottom, and a nice mermaid welcomed them, but was much grieved on finding the box of headless knights, and kindly pickled them in brine, hoping to discover the mystery about them, for being a woman, she was curious.
  45. Weeks of productive hunting by Nancy and Michel, apart from providing fresh food for all of them and thousands of pounds of smoked, salted, dried or pickled meat and fish now stored in barrels, had produced dozens of large animal hides and furs.
  46. Vassilissa Igorofna instantly understood that her husband had deceived her, but as she could not at that moment get anything out of him, she forebore questioning him, and spoke of some pickled cucumbers which Akoulina Pamphilovna knew how to prepare in a superlative manner.
  47. Little Teddy bore a charmed life, for nothing ever happened to him, and Jo never felt any anxiety when he was whisked up into a tree by one lad, galloped off on the back of another, or supplied with sour russets by his indulgent papa, who labored under the Germanic delusion that babies could digest anything, from pickled cabbage to buttons, nails, and their own small shoes.
  1. Sorry, Wild, I’m out of pickles.
  2. I layer on tomato, lettuce, and pickles.
  3. The dill cucumber pickles were his favorite.
  4. The pickles will still be here when you return.
  5. He grabbed a jar of pickles and untwisted the cap.
  6. Drying her eyes she bent down and picked up Pickles.
  7. The pickles can be thawed and eaten whenever you desire.
  8. My mom craves Buffalo wings almost as much as I do pickles.
  9. Stop this behaviour at once Carolyn! It was just Pickles.
  10. Yes, the gallon of pickles might actually cost more than four quart jars.
  11. Spread the liver sausage on one of the piece of bread and cover with pickles.
  12. I didnt want to stroll around smelling of ketchup, mustard, mayo and pickles.
  13. You handled that well, Rufus, my friend, referring to the Pickles incident.
  14. Sauerkraut, pickles and condiments are fermented and can add nutrients to our diets.
  15. And—unlike Manhattanites—they all have uses for twenty-four jars of sweet pickles.
  16. It was a little more difficult with the jars of jelly, peanut butter, and pickles, etc.
  17. Finally he asked, "Does the store have a five-gallon clay crock full of sour pickles?".
  18. He thoughtfully pushed a jar of pickles back a couple of inches from the edge of the counter.
  19. For methods of smoking, salting and making pickles and chutneys see Food preservation in Food.
  20. Looking down she saw that it was only Carolyn’s cat, Pickles, looking for something to eat.
  21. The prime cause of the banquet was served in a large wooden platter garnished with vinegar pickles.
  22. There were also pickles, cheeses and other foods that retained wholesomeness during the summer heat.
  23. The 57 on the Heinz ketchup bottle represents the number of varieties of pickles the company once had.
  24. Combine the green onions, lettuce, carrots, scallions, red ginger, pickles, peanuts, coconut, and sesame seed.
  25. They drank port and ate pickles on slices of country bread that Prudencia Pitre cut from a loaf in the kitchen.
  26. Or perhaps buying the array of jams, pickles, or flavoured olive oils in order to stock up there pantries at home.
  27. But everyone buys bulk because—unlike Manhattanites—they all have space to store twenty-four jars of sweet pickles.
  28. He had no idea that the fugitive he was seeking had just been standing right in front of him, holding a plate of pickles.
  29. Pickles, preserves, sweets and over-salted foods should be avoided, as should anything containing artificial ingredients.
  30. It was Pickles, she said with a shiver, then burying her face in Sheena’s shoulder, added in a muffled voice, I want my dad.
  31. The diners served themselves, buffet style from the large bins of dill pickles, rolls, sliced cheddar cheese, butter and sliced onions.
  32. Tragedies and cravats, poetry and pickles, garden seeds and long letters, music and gingerbread, rubbers, invitations, scoldings, and puppies.
  33. Jellies, jams, varieties of mayonnaise, salad dressing, pickles, hot peppers, cheesecake, rolls, white bread, butter, cold cuts, an Arctic delicatessen.
  34. My stomach was growling by the end of the day, so on the way to karate class, I stopped by a McDonald’s drive-thru and ordered a cheeseburger, extra pickles.
  35. Shark helped himself to a helping of the ham and pickles Scully had made available then started to count the pile of notes that spewed onto the table; all red.
  36. Apparently pineapple tastes terrible when eaten in poop - can't say I've tried it myself! Other people have used Pumpkin, Spinach, Pickles or Garlic for the same purpose.
  37. As the laborer prepared a plate of pickles and a cup of tea, a traditional offering to visitors, the officer pulled out a photograph of Watanabe, dressed in his sergeant’s uniform.
  38. Nick has spent all his free time these past months slathering my belly with cocoa butter and running out for pickles and rubbing my feet, and all the things good fathers-to-be are supposed to do.
  39. The banana company’s city, which Patricia Brown may have tried to evoke for her grandchildren during the nights of intolerance and dill pickles in Prattville, Alabama, was a plain of wild grass.
  40. Condiments like relishes and pickles do more for us than simply adding a good taste to our foods; they add nutrients that our bodies need to break down and absorb cooked foods like steak and burgers.
  41. She suggested that herself and some of her teenage girlfriends could provide baked goods for sale as well as the cured meat, cheese, pickles and other non-perishable foods from her grandfather's store.
  42. As he dealt out the sandwiches and exhumed the pickles from their cool green Mason jars, he began to loosen his tie and unbutton his vest, always looking around as if he should be careful and ready to button up again.
  43. At one time she would come on board with a jar of pickles for the steward's pantry; another time with a bunch of quills for the chief mate's desk, where he kept his log; a third time with a roll of flannel for the small of some one's rheumatic back.
  44. The cup-board in the dining room was filled with fruit preserves, hams, and pickles, and the unused pantry was opened again for the storage of wines and liqueurs which José Arcadio himself brought from the railroad station in crates marked with his name.
  45. A Tartare Sauce or Sauce Tartare is merely a mayonnaise dressing with pickles chopped into it, a tablespoonful, each, or more, of chopped cucumber, cauliflower, and olives, with a tablespoonful of capers and two teaspoonfuls of red pepper to a pint of the mayonnaise.
  46. How was it that I had ever taken these things for granted? Jars of pickles and baguettes so fresh they were packed in paper bags, bottles of orange juice and cartons of sorbet, and, most of all, the produce, which sat so brightly in bins I felt almost blinded by it.
  47. People will not help their neighbors to import goods from overseas: all global shit trade will disappear and countries will stop eating pickles from Poland and tomatoes from Mexico and grow their own fucking pickles and tomatoes and have fresher better produce as a result.
  48. I imagined humiliation and breakdowns, self-loathing and tears, her father with his Komsomolskaya News and a plate of pickles, seething at the indignation, at the smart new Russians with their cool hearts and prudence and then listening to a belly full of Nadia’s ideals, her can do’s and then I really could imagine him a monster.
  49. Pretending to read a smeary newspaper long out of date, which had nothing half so legible in its local news, as the foreign matter of coffee, pickles, fish sauces, gravy, melted butter, and wine with which it was sprinkled all over, as if it had taken the measles in a highly irregular form, I sat at my table while he stood before the fire.
  50. When Cameron looked around, she found that they were having a great big picnic, or was it a birthday party with hotdogs and hamburgers? Each one grilled to perfection on an open fire with pickles and ketchup, potato salad, and raspberry punch to go with it, all served out of her grandfather’s old five-gallon Igloo water cooler Delaney used to make sun tea out back.

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