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You're Kind Of A Big Dill Appreciation Gift Basket

You're Kind Of A Big Dill Appreciation Gift Basket

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A great gift basket for Pickle Lovers!

This magnificent array of sour goodness is sure to sweeten up anyone's day!

If you are looking for a funny and clever way to let someone know you think they're AWESOME, look no further! Show your appreciation by telling them "You're Kind of a Big Dill!"

This Big Dill Pickle themed gift basket has enough snacks to share, but only if the recipient insists.

Includes:

Big Dill Pickle Van Holten's 

Bold Dill Pickle Almonds 

Kick Ass Pickled Microwave Popcorn

Dill Pickle Sunflower Seeds Bigs

Dill Pickle Sunflower Seeds Spitz

Dill Pickle Kettle Chips 

Emotional Support Pickle

Our emotional support pickle will be there to encourage you even during the tough days and to remind you, "You're kind of a big dill."

A Custom printed card comes with this adorable basket, which reads "You're Kind of a Big Dill!" and makes this a great gift for appreciation, congratulations, employees, birthdays and more!

RELISH THE THRILL OF THE DILL for Pickle Addicts everywhere! 

Awesome pickle gifts in one fun set!

    Some fun and interesting facts that are a Big Dill:

      • It is believed that Cleopatra ate pickles because they helped her stay beautiful. We can’t back that up but the Dill Pickle favored seeds do seem to bring out the best in everyone.
      • Pickles have been around since ancient times, although there is some disagreement as to when exactly in history people started eating them.  Some believe the first pickle was created in Mesopotamia in 2400 B.C.E. Others believe it was as early as 2030 B.C.E.
      • Pickles are mentioned in the Bible and can be found in the works of Shakespeare.
      • Napoleon offered a huge financial prize to anyone who could find the best way to used pickling to preserve food for his troops.
      • H.J. Heinz used pins shaped like pickles to draw customers to his booth at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago.
      • The U.S. government commandeered 40% of all pickles made in the U.S. during WWII so that they could be used in rations for the soldiers.
      • George Washington was such a fan that he had a collection of more than 400 varieties of pickles.
      • Americans love pickles so much, more than half of the cucumbers grown in the U.S. each year become pickles.
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