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Harold's Frances Cowley's Dill Pickles

Harold's Frances Cowley's Dill Pickles
Harold's Frances Cowley Dill Pickles
 
(20 reviews)  

Manufacturer Conscious Choice Foods
City Dallas, TX
Size Pint or Quart
Our Price: $8.50
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Spawned from a recipe in the sand-hills of Western Oklahoma during the Great Depression, Harold's Frances Cowley Gourmet Dill Pickles, have that farm canned flavor. No pickles of this taste have ever been sold in stores before. The only place you could find flavor like this was in a cellar, on the farm.

If you were raised on a farm in the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's you may have tasted pickles like these. Folks that were raised in town or in the suburbs have no idea that a pickle can taste this way. For snacking or on hamburgers, or tuna salad, ham salad, chicken salad, deviled eggs, pea salad.. these pickles make great foods even better. Look at the spices and ingredients in the jar. These ain't no store brand tasting pickles.

Ingredients: Cucumbers, Water (Tap) Vinegar, Salt, Garlic, Dill, Red Chili Peppers, (Japones Dried).

Average customer rating:
 
(20 reviews)  



10 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Khalilah Phillips
Mar 7, 2016
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
Delicious pickles!!! I ordered them all the way from Chicagoland area and they were as good as the first time.

Advantages: Shipped quickly, packaged very well.

Disadvantages: I wish the sold them locally.
JBertl
Feb 15, 2015
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
I ordered these for my husband who loves pickles. He absolutely loved these, they are his new favorite pickle!! Great service, and quick, reasonably priced shipping, I will not hesitate to order from Texas Food again and again!
Toni
Dec 28, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
I am very upset that with the change in the label, there has been a change in the recipe. Why, oh why, did you stop putting the red chili peppers in the pickles? That was the icing on the proverbial pickle cake! Without the peppers, they are no longer the absolute best pickle I have ever tasted and I will not be buying them anymore. I was such a fan that I regularly purchased them 2 gallons at a time, so you're losing a good customer.
Marc Head
Dec 25, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
These pickles are the old cellar-style pickles of the depression era, that grandmothers in the midwest used to make in the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. But they are sooo much better than any cellar-style home-canned pickle you've had. The taste is amazing, with just a little heat, full dill flavor and a salty kick that knocks them out of the park. These are triple-thick slices. There's only one problem: you're not going to be able to leave them alone, and a jar, even a quart jar, won't last more than three days tops if you're like me (and three days is pushing it - I could finish a quart in a day if I had no discipline). By the way, the other varieties of Harold's Pickles are fabulous, too. But these are my favorite.

Advantages: Delicious, old-style flavor that isn't found in any other commercial pickle.
Available in quart-size jars.
Real dill, not flavoring, is used. You can see the dill and dill seeds and taste the difference.
Excellent customer service.

Disadvantages: You can eat an entire quart before you know it.
May be too salty for those on low-salt diets or those with sensitive palates - but they are fine for me and my family!
John R. Becker
Dec 1, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
Excellent product, fair price, and well packed.
Carla Cope
Apr 14, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
Too salty! I couldn't even eat them, they were so overwhelmingly salty. I tried draining them and soaking them in plain water. That helped.
Lamar Pendley
Mar 25, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
These are thre best Pickels I have ever had. Just like my Grandmother used to make.

Advantages: The easiest ordering process I have ever done on the internet. Always accurate.
Paula Ehlke
Mar 5, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
Jason was awesome when handling my order for these pickles. These are absolutely the best pickles we've ever had. We discovered them along Route 66 coming from the Balloon Festival in New Mexico on our way home to Wisconsin. We just love the cellar pickles with that little bite & crispness.

Advantages: The process of ordering them was easy & we got great service. Will do it again.

Disadvantages: However, being a distance away from you folks, there's risk in receiving them in good condition. Our last order they arrived frozen & a bottle had opened & leaked. Unfortunately you are not available to purchase directly in Wisconsin.
KENNETH D. SHERMAN
Feb 18, 2014
Verified review, this customer purchased from TexasFood.com
These are by far the best bottled pickles you can buy, and a close resemblance to pickles "out of the barrel" I grew up with; also similar to NY Jewish Deli pickles.

Advantages: great flavor, crispness, a real "snap" when you bite into one. Just a touch of heat. Satisfyingly thick-cut.

Disadvantages: none
Jamie
Jun 10, 2013
Just f...ing awesome! I'm a pickle lover and these are my new fav. Found at jungle Jim's, and my wife ordered off amazon for my birthday!

Advantages: Salty, hot, and homemade vibe!

Disadvantages: Seems to go way to fast...