Today on google they had an article about sandwiches and pickles. They kept on referring to pickles as a side dish. A pickle is not my idea of a side dish. What about you?
You put pickles in cabbage salad or sandwiches. Or it's a garnish
A pickle is a side at Jimmy Johns
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Pickles are barely a garnish
Depends on meal and what is being served.
On a sandwich a condiment, on the plate a garnish. For me a really great Kosher dill is a yummy snack. I always have a large jar in the fridge.
Garnish is the word I (and anybody with a culinary clue) would use.
Unless we are specifically referring to a side dish in which pickles are in fact the star of the dish, such as fried pickles (mmmmm)
It's a garnish.
I don’t like pickles. Anytime a pickle is put on my plate, it gets tossed.
If we ever have lunch together I’ll be glad to have it.
You can have it.
It’s a date
It’s a condiment
I hate pickles
It’s a garnish.
To me it is a condiment
That's how I view them too.
I only view it as a condiment if it's on the sandwich. If it's on the side, I don't know what else to call it other than a side dish. I never really thought about it. If you consider potato chips a side dish, then a pickle is no less of a side dish.
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I agree with Kelly. I use pickles as a side when making grilled cheese.
It’s a cross between a side and a garnish. Not a side dish, though.
I don’t usually think of pickles as a side dish, but sometimes I have a kosher dill on the side with a sandwich. A pickle could just as easily be a snack or a condiment.
A pickle is either a garnish on the side or possibly an ingredient.
I agree, or a condiment, like relish.
They treat it like a starter at most delis. Like table bread or chips and salsa