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Add to Calendar 17-09-2006 17-09-2006 15 Cucumbers are not alone on Pickle Day--pickling traditions from diverse American traditions and from the immigrant communities of India, Germany, Poland, China, Japan, Scandinavia, Korea, Vietnam, the Middle East, Africa will come alive through stories, exhibits and free samples when New York's old pickle district hosts its Sixth Annual New York City International Pickle Day. Pickle adventurers will see that pickles can be radishes, tomatoes, okra, cabbage, fish, meat, carrots, beans, onions, eggs, limes, mangos, peaches, beets--any food preserved in brine. This year's event will also feature music, cooking and home-canning demonstrations, children's activities and neighborhood walking tours. Co-sponsored by the NY Food Museum and the Lower East Side Business Improvement District, the free multi-cultural event is also sponsored this year by Whole Foods Market and http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=7123 Sixth Annual New York City International Pickle Day true DD/MM/YYYY

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Date: 09/17/06
Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Price: Free
Address: Orchard St. btw. Broome & Grand Sts., Lower East Side, Manhattan - 212-226-9010
http://www.LowerEastSideNY.com

Description: Cucumbers are not alone on Pickle Day--pickling traditions from diverse American traditions and from the immigrant communities of India, Germany, Poland, China, Japan, Scandinavia, Korea, Vietnam, the Middle East, Africa will come alive through stories, exhibits and free samples when New York's old pickle district hosts its Sixth Annual New York City International Pickle Day. Pickle adventurers will see that pickles can be radishes, tomatoes, okra, cabbage, fish, meat, carrots, beans, onions, eggs, limes, mangos, peaches, beets--any food preserved in brine. This year's event will also feature music, cooking and home-canning demonstrations, children's activities and neighborhood walking tours. Co-sponsored by the NY Food Museum and the Lower East Side Business Improvement District, the free multi-cultural event is also sponsored this year by Whole Foods Market and

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