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    Kaylin and Hobbs Pickles
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    Kaylin and Hobbs Pickles

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    6333 W 3rd St 228, Los Angeles, CA 90036
    Every Day
    10:00 AM - 05:45 PM
    ¢ • Gourmet • Comfort Food • European

    6333 W 3rd St 228, Los Angeles, CA 90036 • More

    • Mains

      • Kosher Dill (Quart)

        It’s the classic New York dill pickle. And it’s a taste that most people know which is part of the reason it’s so popular. But the biggest difference is that ours is crunchier, and more delicious than any other dill pickle on the planet.
      • Mustard (Quart)

        This one stands out because of it’s yellow mustard brine and sharp taste. It compliments any charcuterie board with cheese, veggies and salamis. You can marinate chicken with the brine or use it as a salad dressing with olive oil and cracked pepper.
      • Jalapeno (Quart)

        This is the bonus pickle because it comes in sliced jalapenos, which you can save for your sandwich or burger. Or for a dirty Jalapeno gin martini. The flavor takes a second and then kicks-in with a jalapeno punch.
      • Horseradish (Quart)

        It’s not what you’re thinking, usually Horseradish is overwhelming, and yes ours has got kick, but it is an even taste. It’s also a delicious combination of flavor and a game changer in a bloody mary or Caesar. Just pour in an ounce of brine and add a pickle.
      • Spicy Dill (Quart)

        A crunchy dill pickle in the front with a bit of heat in the back.
      • Honey Mustard (Quart)

        You can eat these with a soup spoon. Prepared as 1/4 chips, these are tangy, tart, savory, with a sweetness that compliments any cheese board or sandwich. Cover a burger, sprinkle over a salad or eat them by the bowlful.
      • Bread and Butter (Quart)

        This is the original sweet pickle, its traditional, its got some faint spice in there, and its a classic.