PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The 35-foot pickle balloon will rise again for Picklesburgh this weekend on the Rachel Carson Bridge.
Market Street Grocery will be there, with dill pickle ice cream.READ MORE: Police And Firefighters Respond To Car On Fire In Homewood
“Made right here on the premises,” says co-owner Ralph Falvo. “Loved by all pregnant women. I haven’t been pregnant, so I never tried it.”
Take our word for it. It’s the real dill.
They’re also chopping pickles at Fabulous Homemade Cookies bakery in Canonsburg. They pack a peck of pickles in their creamy cookie dough.READ MORE: 'The Marshall Plan For Moms:' Effort Aims To Help Women Achieve Equal Pay
Owner Liza Betsch says her butterscotch pretzel cookies are new this year.
For last year’s Picklesburgh, she says, “I came up with a peanut butter pickle cookie, and sauerkraut brownies.”
The bakery sold so many, they wound up in a real pickle.
“We kept running out of stuff,” she said. “So this year, we’re geared up, getting ready for the people of Pittsburgh who love their pickles.”MORE NEWS: U.S. Senate Expected To Discuss $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill
The Picklesburgh celebration will be held noon to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For more information on the celebration, visit their website here!