• $11.25 for a 24 oz jar


“Dill is the right flavor profile for burger pickles. Bread and butter pickles are too sweet. Your pickle should fall in the mustard/vinegar category, because you’re likely already adding other sweet elements, like caramelized onions. Layer the pickles between the burger and the bottom bun to create a juice ‘barrier.’”


To many "pickle people," New York's Lower East Side represents a sort of mecca of brined cucumbers. An LES resident himself, Rick Field felt an obligation to give the people what they wanted.

These hearty, low-sodium slices are big on garlic with hints of coriander and dill, evoking the very best flavors of the legendary NYC deli pickle.

tip of the tongue 

Make a PICKLE-TINI: Shake 2 oz of pickle juice and 3 oz of vodka with ice and pour into a martini glass.

Cucumbers, vinegar, water, garlic, dill, coriander, salt, calcium chloride (a natural mineral to promote crispness). Comes in a 24 oz jar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles wheat, soy, dairy, peanuts and tree nuts.

  • vegan.
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