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Cinnamon Pickles Recipe
2 gal. cucumbers, peeled, ends removed, cored and cut into rings. (measure after slicing)

Put in a large bowl with 2 c. lime and 8 1/2 c. cold water. Soak for 24 hours.

Next Day: Drain, rinse well in cold water, and cover with fresh water. Let stand 3 hours. Then, drain and put into a large pot with 1 c. vinegar, 1 T. alum, 1 8oz. bottle red food coloring, and just enough water to cover. Heat; simmer for 2 hours. Drain and set aside. In another pot, bring to a boil 18 oz. red hots, 2 c. water, 2 c. vinegar, 10 c. sugar. Pour over rings and let stand overnight.

Next Day: Pour syrup into pan, bring to boil and pour over rings again. Let stand overnight.

Next Day: Repeat previous day.

Next Day: Pour syrup into pan, bring to boil and pour over rings. Sterilize jars (6 quart or 12 pint) and heat lids. Pack cuke rings into jars and fill 1/2 way with the syrup. Hand tighten the lids and let cool. Should seal overnight. If not, process in boiling water bath for 5 minutes.




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