Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Perfect Pickle Sampler

June 6, 2016

This picture features an assortment of pickle spice and starter packets from the brand, Mrs. Wages.

This week’s Perfect Pickle Sampler giveaway comes to us from long-time Food in Jars sponsor Mrs. Wages. I’ve been doing a bit of work with the folks from Mrs. Wages for the last six years and one element of our annual partnership is that they always offer up one or two awesome baskets of their mixes, spices, and starters for me to give away to my wonderful readers. This summer is no exception!

This is the first of two baskets of canning helpers that I’ll be giving away from Mrs. Wages this summer. This basket contains nearly every pickle product that Mrs. Wages makes, which should delight the pickle lovers. Here’s exactly what’s in the basket.

If this massive collection of pickle spices and starters appeals to you, here’s how to enter the giveaway.

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me about your favorite pickle. Whether it’s fermented or vinegar based, one your mom always has in her fridge or something you discovered at the local supermarket, I want to hear about it.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm eastern time on Saturday, June 11, 2016. Winners will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday, June 12, 2016.
  3. Giveaway open to United States residents only.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post.

Disclosure: Mrs. Wages is providing the basket for the giveaway. They are also a Food in Jars sponsor and so do help contribute to the running of this site.

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234 thoughts on "Giveaway: Mrs. Wages Perfect Pickle Sampler"

  • My favorite pickles are the kinds that bring a ton of spice and zest to the table, like ginger and beets, and hot peppers and onions!

  • My favorite pickles are the ones my mom made last year using Mrs Wage’s Zesty bread and butter mix. They were delicious!

  • I would love to try these products out when I make pickles. I tried my hand in making dill pickles from a recipe a few years ago but it didn’t come out the way I wanted. Then I made some Bread&Butter Pickles after that and that did come out real nice&then I made some ChowChow(from a recipe passed down from my Dad’s side) and that really turned out great! I’ve been making those ever since but I really want to try to make dill and sweet pickles that my family&friends can enjoy. Thanks for the chance!

  • my goal this summer is to try canning pickles, FOR THE FIRST TIME! Mrs. Wages mixes would be mighty helpful!

  • Hi Marisa – Love your books and have been making Mrs. Wages salsa in the summer when I get overwhelmed with tomatoes. My husband and I have experimented with different hop pickles, but we seem to come back to sweet pickles. In the summer.

  • Every summer we always made several huge batches of sweet pickle relish for my mom because she loved it so much. This is my first summer without her so not sure what kind of pickles to make now….I’m more of a spicy garlic dill girl so might have to make more of those.

  • Pickled green beans are the only veg my girl will eat most of the time! Pickled carrots and cauliflower have to be my fave!

  • I have an absolutely classic vinegar based refrigerator pickle I love to make in the summers. I do a combination of mostly apple cider vinegar, a splash of rice wine vinegar to mellow the sharp edges, pretty standard pickling spice mix with extra red pepper flakes, and lots of garlic cloves and fresh dill sprigs. I almost always do halved or quartered small kirbys. If I have them I might add a couple Long hots and jalapeños for a little more kick. Adding some quartered small green tomatoes is nice too.

  • Homemade dill pickles used to be the go-to, however I just made my first batch of bread and butter pickles and I think I’m hooked!

  • Oh my gosh! I have so many favorites! I think my Grandmother’s watermelon pickles are one of my favorites. Unless you grow your own melons, its really hard to find a melon with thick enough rind these days. I would love to try Mrs. Wages spices this summer. Thanks for the opportunity to win a fabulous pickling package.

  • Giardiniera is a favorite of mine but I love pickled okra and dilly beans and we eat a ton of chow chow. The first year I tried pickles they were great but the last two years they have been softer than we like, even though the flavor was good. These look like great options to try. I try to grow and can as much as I can so that I have a better shot at controlling what my family eats and what goes into their food. Live this site and your books! Thanks for all you do

  • Bread and butter pickles! Last summer we got fermenting jars, and I made a bread and butter pickle with it that was really good. Hoping to try a few more pickle recipes this summer- we have a lot of cucumber plants.

  • I’ve just started canning and love the Mrs. Wages Bread and Butter pickles! My sister-in-law made a batch for me when I was pregnant and now I can’t get enough of them!

  • I love pickled okra and pickled asparagus. I can’t decide which is my favorite. But then there’s dilly beans, pickled garlic, pickled cauliflower, and pickled jalapeños. All good!, as is Mrs, Wages products.