Chicks with Knives host a pickling pop-up


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Pickling and pop-ups are all the rage these days, and Rachael Narins and Suzanne Griswold of Chicks With Knives are jumping on the trend.

The ladies will be hosting a pickle party called Perishable, where they’ll host a DIY demo, complete with passed apps and drinks -- including mini mac n’ cheese with fennel and flower pickles and bacon-jam tartlettes (Kevin Gillespie would be pleased).


For those who want to take the project home, they’ll be peddling spice mix for $2 and pickling kits for $20. They’ll also have some of their own pre-made jars for sale for folks who can’t be bothered with brining.

Perishable doesn’t have a long shelf life, though. The event is one day only, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There is a door fee of $5 for adults and $1 for children under 12.

You can check out their site for more details (and to peep at the adorable design, which Rachael pulled together herself).

--Krista Simmons

Graphic credit: Rachael Narins