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  • Horseradish!

  • Great pickles, highly recommended!

  • The best word I can use to accurate describe this place is pickletastic….its really really good.

  • The garlics are the best pickles in North America.

  • So good, love the wasabi ones. The marinated mushrooms are also on point.

  • andy

    wife is not a fan of pickles, so we didn’t buy any there last Sunday. pretty good wife otherwise.

  • these are the best! half-sour for me. He used to be at Mann elementary on Fridays. We miss him!

  • Awesome pickles. You can use the brine from the Hot n Spicy pickles as a marinade. Wish they would consider selling at the Petworth Market on Fridays.

  • They should get some kimchee pickles, I have to go to the Bethesda farmers market to get them!

  • Ouch – I’m lusting and puckering just thinking about this. Love their half-sours – briney not vinegary. Last time I treked to Eastern market they weren’t there. (At least the kettle corn was!) Wish they did weekly home delivery like milk.

  • Huge fan! The horseradish pickles are to die for and I’ve become a drunk after dropping a couple of their jalapeno stuffed olives in a martini. You can’t eat (or drink) just one.

  • I’ve often admired their pickles but never bought any because they’re easy to make at home. However, having read all these rave reviews I think I’ll give them a try next weekend.

  • Love em! And their olives, kraut, etc.

    Fermented food is good for you….to a point. This is a fabulous article on the subject and includes people way out on the edge.

  • They’re VERY good for DC pickles. This is one of those things that I GO think is better in NY (maybe it’s the water?) I bring pickles back from brooklyn flea. McClures, which are now available at Cowgirl Creamery, are some of the best ever.

    These are very, very good though. There is also a stand at the U St Market that is making pickles and other similar items as well.

  • New pickle vendor @ Colombia Heights Market on Saturday mornings. They are packaged in some nifty jars and taste really good. They are made by a caterer out of Alexandria and supposedly are preservative free and all the produce is sourced locally when in season. Try the Sweet Hots!

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