dill pickle


Definition of dill pickle

: a pickle seasoned with fresh dill

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Refined enough for date night, but casual enough for fried baby dill pickles or smoked oysters with Parmesan stuffing from a tin at the bar with a tall glass of vodka cherry limeade over crunchy Sonic ice or just a cold Lone Star. Mike Sutter, ExpressNews.com, "Review: Kindling Texas Kitchen in Cibolo breaks the rules for Texas food," 1 Aug. 2019 Square Garden Pickles will have its dill pickles-on-a-stick on Saturday. Kim Pierce, Dallas News, "Shoppers love the small-town feel of this Frisco farmers market," 2 July 2019 The whole sandwich didn’t really have much personality, despite the heroic efforts of those dill pickle planks. Alison Cook, Houston Chronicle, "Burger Friday: Red Robin Gourmet Burgers at Marq-E Entertainment Center," 7 June 2019 The first fried dill pickle ever sold was at the Duchess Drive-In in Atkins, Arkansas, in 1963. Rebecca Deczynski, Good Housekeeping, "50 American Food Facts You Didn't Know," 4 June 2019 The burger—served with black garlic mayo, cheddar, marrow-roasted onions, bacon and dill pickles—is also a local favorite. Todd Plummer, Vogue, "Why This Region of Virginia Could Be the South’s New Foodie Hotspot," 29 Jan. 2019 Shoppers visiting the site can snap up other options, too: candy canes that supposedly taste like a dill pickle, bacon and rotisserie chicken are all available for online orders. Zoe Szathmary, Fox News, "Mac and cheese candy canes cause social media frenzy: 'Is Santa mad at us?'," 27 Sep. 2018 Option two yields fewer dill pickles, perhaps, but more nice people whose preferred exercise method develops mind-bending core strength and balance. Emily Abbate, GQ, "Everything You Need to Know Before Joining a Rock Climbing Gym," 20 June 2018 Pay attention to order For chef Craig Koketsu—whose burger at New York restaurant Quality Eats is fairly traditional, served with cheddar cheese, special sauce, lettuce, red onion, tomato, dill pickle, and pepperoncini—toppings are all about order. Paula Forbes, GQ, "These Toppings Are The Secret to Making a Good Burger Great," 29 June 2018

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First Known Use of dill pickle

1904, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of dill pickle

: a pickle that is flavored with dill

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