One of the things I’ve been eating more of this summer is pickles. (Thank you Costco, for inspiring me to buy a bucket of pickles.)
Sadly, Picklesburgh, the annual Pittsburgh festival of pickles will not be held this summer. Picklesburgh is an annual event that is organized by the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and has been voted “Best Specialty Food Festival in America” by the readers of USA Today.
Have no fear — there is still plenty of pickle gear for you to buy. Since you won’t be able to shop in person, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite pickle themed from Pittsburgh artists. From Christmas ornaments to catnip, there are lots of ways to show your pickle pride.
Our picks for Pittsburgh pickle gifts from artists
Pickle Earing / $10.00
Love is Love Pickle and Pierogi Mug / $34.00
Pickle Soap / $10.95
Pittsburgh Pickles T-shirt / $20.35
This item is also available as an onesie for the littlest pickle lover.
Pickle Catnip Cat Toy / $5.00
Pickle Sticker / $3.45
Wagon Wheelie Pepperoni Roll / $16.50 for 4
Rolling Pepperoni makes these pepperoni rolls with pickle puree from Pennsylvania Macaroni Company in the Strip District.
Hand Blown Glass Pickle Mug / $75.00
Pickle Wrapping Paper / $8.50 +
Watercolor Pickle Print / $48.00 +
Looking for more pickle gifts? We’ve put all of these items and more on this Etsy list.
If you are looking for a Heinz pickle pin…
What about pickles to eat?
Watch Seth Rogan make pickles in Pittsburgh
Wait, what, Seth Rogan? Pickles? Pittsburgh? Yes. Last year, Seth Rogan was in Pittsburgh filming the movie An American Pickle. The movie will debut on HBO Max on Aug. 6.