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Marketmore & Poinsett Cucumber
No need to peel these delicious yellow-white beauties! They will make an excellent color contrast to the usual green varieties. Photo is of our older mini whites, but the new itachi are longer and sleeker with the same great color!
Check out this tasty recipe from Cooks.com for Tomato and Cucumber Soup: http://www.cooks.com/recipe/819r54ke/tomato-and-cucumber-soup.html
Perfect for pickling, 3-5" fruit on lovely tiny vines. Always best when picked small, so you get the best pickles!
Dill Pickle Soup! Here is a recipe from the Noble Pig that I am very interested in trying: http://noblepig.com/2013/03/dill-pickle-soup/
Cucumbers that look so good people have asked if they're real! These delicious, dark green cucumbers look great, well lets face it, on everything. They are all you ever wanted a cucumber to be.
Find more recipes for cucumbers here, from Bon Appetit: http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/slideshow/cucumber-recipes
Also known as the snake melon or serpent cucumber, this cucumber is actually botanically a melon. Armenian's make great pickles, are never bitter, and can grow up to two feet long!
Check out this recipe from Back to Her Roots for Herbed Cucumber and Tomato Salad: http://backtoherroots.com/2013/07/24/herbed-cucumber-and-tomato-salad/
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