Re: [gardeners] Re: Cornichon

Ron Hay (
Mon, 20 Mar 2000 12:25:41 -0800

Welcome back, Penny. You have been missed. Spring has sprung in Van Nuys! Is planting a possibility for you yet?


Penny Nielsen wrote:

> Hi Mary-Anne and George - I buy cornichons and they are sweet.  DH won't eat them.  I must check to see if I can find the Maille ones next time I visit a particular store.  I'd imagien the sweetness comes from the type of brine used.  Glad to see someone else likes pate and raclette.  Must talk to you off line and see what you use  Mary-Anne.  Haven't done one since Christmas.
> Penny in Halifax, N.S.
> >>> 03/10/00 01:18PM >>>
> wrote:
> >
> > << Del Dixie's small pickles, >>
> >
> > Interesting --never heard of these here in CA. Where are they packed?  Do
> > they have a strong Tarragon flavor?  We're hooked on the Maille brand, but
> > ouch the price.  Daughter is flying home from France Saturday and I know she
> > will have several liter jars of Maille Cornichons.  So good with Pate and
> > Raclette.  YUM.
> >
> > Mary-Anne
> Del Dixie is a southern brand and the small pickles are sweet. You could
> add French tarragon to the jar and they would probably taste similar.
> George