Hopefully talking about pickles doesn’t come across as trite, but I maintain that Boar’s Head makes the best Kosher Dill pickles you can buy outside of a New York deli. Vlassic may advertise their signature crunch but they’re still soft pickles, which is typically a result of mass-production.
As most readers know, I don’t have too much of a sweet-tooth but I am somewhat of a salt-fiend. Thus, I totally dig a good kosher dill. In my opinion, a good dill pickle should be crisp and snappy and you should be able to taste the garlic.
These bad boys from Boar’s Head are made exactly how they should be. Crunchy, not soft or soggy and full of flavor without being overpowering on the spice side of the equation. If you’re making a sandwich at home, trust me, this is the pickle you want to eat with it. These can be purchased at Publix in the Deli section rather than in the section with all the rest of the pickles. They’re a littl bit pricier, but totally worth the money.
If you give em a shot, let me know what you think in the comments section!
And remember… the food abides…