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Wash and cut your veggies. This recipe will make about six 250-ml Mason jars of pickled veg. For standard pickles, I use baby cucumbers and slice them into thick bite-sized pieces, but you can slice very
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Heat butter and oil in a large frying pan set over medium heat. When butter is bubbling, add onion. Cook, stirring often, until softened (8 to 10 minutes). Adjust heat, if needed. Add peppers and garlic.
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In a large pot add 1/4 cup olive oil and heat on medium-high. Add a large diced onion and season lightly with salt and pepper. Cook for 3-5 minutes until the onion softens and then add 2 cloves minced
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8 Servings Sweeten the deal with pure maple syrup. October 2012Print Ingredients 4 tablespoon olive oil, divided, plus more for drizzling 2 pounds brussels sprouts, trimmed, halved lengthwise Kosher salt