Growing Dill: A herb that is easy to grow in a pot or in the herb garden.

Anethum graveolens - Fernleaf DillAnethum graveolens

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Canning Dill Pickles using a Water Bath Canner.

  1. Use a rack to keep jars from touching canner bottom and to permit heat circulation.

  2. Put jars into a canner that contains simmering water.

  3. After adding jars, add boiling water to bring water 1 to 2 inches above jar tops.

  4. Bring water to a rolling boil. Set timer and process for recommended time.

  5. Remove jars from canner immediately after timer sounds.

  6. Cool on a rack or towel.

  7. Do not retighten screw bands after processing.

  8. After jars are cooled, remove screw bands, wipe jars, label and date.

  9. Store jars in a cool, dark place.

  10. For best quality, use within one year.

Dill Pickle Recipe that is good!

           Dill Pickle Recipe:

  1. For whole cucumbers, small sizes up to 4 inches long are preferred. Larger sizes may be packed whole provided they are processed for a longer time. Wash cucumbers thoroughly.

  2. Usually with larger cucumbers it is better to slice, quarter, or halve lengthwise before pickling. Combine vinegar and water. Pack cucumbers into clean jars. For each quart, add 1 tablespoon or three heads of dill, 5 whole black peppers, and 2 teaspoons salt. Fill with vinegar-water solution to ½ inch of top.

  3. Seal. Process 15 minutes in simmering hot water.