Over ten years ago, Jan Williams sampled some pickles at a health food shop she visited. While eating them, she remembered pickles that she enjoyed as a child made by her beloved Aunt Imy. Jan was inspired to create a recipe of her own, based on her Aunt's pickles. Soon she had a recipe she thought tasted much better than the store bought pickles which was enjoyed greatly by friends and family.
When Jan asked a friend to take some to a craft show sale with her. On the morning of the show her friend called her to say they were already SOLD OUT! Jan and her husband, Glenn, worked diligently in every evening the following week making more pickles for another craft show. They completed many times over the quantity they had made before, and the pickles sold out on the FIRST DAY, AGAIN!
It was not hard to see that Jan and Glenn had something special.So they settled on making the pickles in an old school cafeteria in Dacoma, Oklahoma. Soon, the orders came in so fast, that they had to hire help to fill all them all. Today, the pickles are now made and packed in Oklahoma City, then stored and sold in Dacoma with the same care and quality as the very first jar Jan made all those years ago.
Dear Jan and Glenn,
Thank you for letting us pick up some pickles. Some teachers at the school will be very happy
with me today. I suppose I should share but I am a little stingy with them. I'll give a jar to my
Mother but only because she is my Mother and she made a big batch of chili for us. LOL.
L. Whitely, Elk City, Oklahoma
A mutual friend brought your pickles to an office Christmas party and they were the absolute hit
out of all the snacks there! Please ship me 2 quarts. I look forward to tasting them again!
B. Greco, Akron, Ohio