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Pickled Beets

"THE BEETS Mother served with this meal came from our garden and were canned for the winter months. Even as a child I loved beets because they brought so much color to our table. Their tangy flavor is a great complement to the rest of the foods in this meal. —Sara Lindler, Irmo, South Carolina
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Corn and Barley Relish

Corn and Barley Relish

Corn and Barley Relish

Barley is an over-looked grain but it is so delicious and easy to work with. This relish highlights barley with corn and peppers.—National Barley Foods Council, Mary Sullivan, Spokane, Washington

Dilly Pickled Asparagus

Dilly Pickled Asparagus

Dilly Pickled Asparagus

These dilled spears are really popular with my family. My granddaughter always says, "Oh, Grammy, these are soooo good!" They're easy to prepare and turn out perfect every time. My husband loves it when I add a dried hot pepper to each jar. -Annie Merrell Fenelon Falls, Ontario

South Liberty Hall Relish

South Liberty Hall Relish

South Liberty Hall Relish

My grandparents originated this recipe that's been treasured in our family for four generations. It's named after a dance hall they ran in rural Iowa. Whenever I bite into a hot dog or hamburger dressed up with this taste bud-tingling relish, I think of them and their delicious country cooking.

Auntie Ann's Eggplant Relish

Auntie Ann's Eggplant Relish

Auntie Ann's Eggplant Relish

"THIS IS my favorite of Auntie Ann's dishes, and one that I enjoy making, too! Only difference is, my aunt likes to serve it cold, as relish, and I prefer to serve it warm. On a piece of garlic toast, it makes a wonderful appetizer!"

Easy Freezer Pickles

Easy Freezer Pickles

Easy Freezer Pickles

Relates Lucile Johnson of Red Oak, Iowa, "These crisp, no-cook pickle slices are so simple to fix."

Spicy Zucchini Relish

Spicy Zucchini Relish

Spicy Zucchini Relish

I can’t seem to make enough of this zippy, chunky relish. Zucchini creates a nice change of pace from the usual pickle relish, and the assortment of peppers adds a tongue-tingling bite.—Amy Martin, Bellefontaine, Ohio

Creamy Sweet Onions

Creamy Sweet Onions

Creamy Sweet Onions

Well coated with a tangy sour cream and celery seed dressing, these sweet-sour onions can sure dress up a juicy burger. My sister likes to serve them as a side salad when our family gets together in summer up at the lakes. -Ethel Lowey, Fort Frances, Ontario

Old-Fashioned Corn Relish

Old-Fashioned Corn Relish

Old-Fashioned Corn Relish

"This was the first 'country' recipe I received after moving away from the city—a farm wife neighbor shared it. I've made a few additions to it and gotten quite a few compliments," writes Jean Peterson of Mulliken, Michigan. "It's wonderful made with garden-fresh ingredients. Serve it with your favorite meat."

Homemade Cranberry Relish

Homemade Cranberry Relish

Homemade Cranberry Relish

The baked cranberry compote couldn't be easier to prepare and tastes terrific on top of slice Thanksgiving turkey. The recipe comes courtesy of my sister-in-law. —Betty Johnson, Eleva, Wisconsin

Sweet Zucchini Relish

Sweet Zucchini Relish

Sweet Zucchini Relish

Classic relish is made with cucumbers, but this sweet and tangy topper is packed with zucchini, peppers and onions. I use it on burgers, sandwiches and in any recipes that normally call for pickle relish. —Jyl Basinger, Cave City, Arkansas
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