Another canning day today. Well, sort of. These are wonderful pickles that don't have to be processed. You just keep them in the fridge. I never really liked sweet pickles much until I tasted these. They are awesome. I must have cut the recipe out of the newspaper - somewhere - years ago as it's awfully yellowed. I tried it last year and watched Bob eat them all. So this year I thought I would taste them myself. I decided immediately that he would have to share, so I made another batch today. There is nothing 'fancy' to learn. Just throw all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them up. I have reused some old lids here, but I DO STERILIZE the jars and lids. It's just that no seal is necessary. I will share my recipe.
6-8 cups thinly sliced cucumbers
1 cup onion sliced thin
1 green pepper sliced thin
2 T. salt
2 cups sugar
1 cup vinegar (white)
1 T. celery seeds
I also found a recipe that is almost the same on cook.com called Never Fail Refrigerator Pickles (sweet) and they add alspice. Check it out! The recipe makes two quarts or four pints.