Nuclear Pickle: Atomic Specialty Foods Flash Rad Badge

Location, location, location - not just true for real estate, but for food products too if you happen to be located in the radiation-rich south eastern Washington's Tri-Cities area (Richland, Pasco and Kennewick - home to the Department of Energy's 586 square mile Hanford nuclear site which dates back to the Manhattan Project). Richland's Atomic Speciality Foods ("Fiery Foods with a Healthy Flare!"), a 'mom and pop' outfit started in 1998 smartly embraces the area's cultural legacy (even if certain antiwar students oppose the Richland High Bombers' mushroom cloud logo) with their glowing growing brand of hot and spicy pickled vegetables such as Atomic Spears (Asparagus), Nuked Cukes (Cucumbers, Glow Babies (Baby Carrots), Fuel Rods (Green Beans), Atomic Isotopes (Garlic), and Gamma Glaze (Sweet/Hot Mustard).

Don't miss out on their new Atomic Protons - hot and spicy pickled olives - and their Atomic Secrets - recipes like this one for Atomic Garlic Steak: "Poke holes in your favorite steak (T Bone, New York, Sirloin). Place steak in baggy and pour Atomic Isotopes brine in bag. Let steak marinate in brine for 1 - 4 hours. Barbecue or broil to desired temp. Add slices or pieces of Atomic Isotopes pickled garlic, if desired."

The e-commerce enabled web site also solicits customer's recipes but so far this section is unpopulated. We're still waiting for an updated Daigo Fukuryu Maru (Lucky Dragon #5) Seared Tuna served with Atomic Fallout (Hot Salsa).

Visit Atomic Specialty Foods[http://www.atomicspecialtyfoods.com].





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