Pick a Pickle

Red state or blue state, it doesn’t matter because we’re all green! Almost everyone likes pickles (86%), especially Baby Boomers (90%). Dill has universal appeal, and is favored more than 2 to 1 over any other kind of pickle. Bread & Butter comes in distant second (21%), though only 12% of millennials pick Bread & […]

Nothing Says “I Love Pickles” Like a Celebration Devoted Entirely to PICKLES!

Get Your Fill Of Pickled Treats At First-Ever Picklesburgh by  David Highfield – http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/ PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Who doesn’t love a good pickle?! The pickle is part of Pittsburgh’s heritage. And this weekend there is a perfect opportunity to celebrate all things pickled. The first Picklesburgh festival is going on. Check out all the Picklesburgh events! PHOTOS: Check […]

2015 Tour de Jalapeno Race Coming Soon – Tito’s LOVES this concept!

26 Mile Jalapeno Race, 26 Mile Regular Race And Tour The 26 mile JALAPENO race will have 2 aid stations stocked with Jalapenos for every Jalapeno you eat ( 2 minutes ) will be deducted. Cash awards The Regular 26 mile race is to race flat out and see how fast a time you can turn in. The intersections will […]

Artisan Pickle Company Worth Mentioning

Expansion, can-do attitude get Epic Pickles out of the garage By DAVID WEISSMAN 505-5431/@DispatchDavid / www.yorkdispatch.com Robert Seufert, owner of Epic Pickles, chops cucumbers last year at his Windsor Township home. After four years, Seufert is expanding his pickle business to a former bakery in Yoe. (Dispatch file photo) Epic Pickles will soon be moving […]

Just dill with it: Yinzers to soak up sun and salt at Picklesburgh

Gherkins galore Pickling is taking the community by storm. Posted: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 10:51 pm Chris Estes / Staff Writer | The Pitt News – www.pittnews.com Leigh White is looking forward to the “ginormous” floating pickle that will be attached to the Rachel Carson Bridge later this month. “We were noticing the cool, innovative restaurants around […]