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Cranberry Conserve

Cranberry Conserve

Cranberry Conserve

I'm 95, and I still remember my grandmother from Germany making this lovely, delicious conserve for the holidays. She'd give it to family members and friends. It tastes great served as a relish alongside meat or even spread on biscuits. -Mildred Marsh Banker, Austin, Texas

Rhubarb Relish

Rhubarb Relish

Rhubarb Relish

"We especially like this zippy relish on cold roast beef," notes Mina Dyck, field editor from Boissevain, Manitoba.

Cran-Orange Relish

Cran-Orange Relish

Cran-Orange Relish

With its festive color and refreshing citrus-cranberry flavor, this lovely relish works well at large holiday gatherings. It’s also convenient because you can make it in advance. —Clara Honeyager North Prairie, Wisconsin
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Crisp Sweet Pickles

Crisp Sweet Pickles

Crisp Sweet Pickles

My mom's delicious pickles, a Christmas tradition, are quick and easy to make since they start with a jar of purchased dill pickles and then are just "dressed up." They would make a nice gift from the kitchen in a pretty glass jar.—Denise Bitner, Reedsville, Pennsylvania

Easy Homemade Pickles

Easy Homemade Pickles

Easy Homemade Pickles

My husband grows cucumbers, garlic and dill in the garden and eagerly waits for me to make these pickles. The recipe comes from my grandmother.—Angela Lienhard, Blossburg, Pennsylvania

Freezer Cucumber Pickles

Freezer Cucumber Pickles

Freezer Cucumber Pickles

When I first started to make these crunchy and satisfying pickles, I wasn't sure if freezing cucumbers would actually work. To my surprise, they come out perfect! Now I make enough to take them to picnics or give as gifts to friends and neighbors. —Connie Goense, Pembroke Pine, Florida

Fruited Cranberry Relish

Fruited Cranberry Relish

Fruited Cranberry Relish

This recipe came from my aunt, who for many years invited our family to her home for Christmas dinner. I took great delight in helping myself to this relish because she always served it in one of her fancy dishes, used only on the holidays. -Ruth Collins, Blossvale, New York

Refrigerator Garden Pickles

Refrigerator Garden Pickles

Refrigerator Garden Pickles

Canning isn't necessary for these crisp-tender, tangy pickles. Keep them in the fridge and eat them up within a month. —Linda Chapman, Meriden, Iowa

Snappy Horseradish Dill Pickles

Snappy Horseradish Dill Pickles

Snappy Horseradish Dill Pickles

These pickles are a great last-minute gift because they are so easy to make-a little horseradish adds zip to a jar of purchased pickles. They're in hot demand at Christmas! My husband and three grown sons can't get enough of them.

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."

Savory Glazed Pearl Onions

Savory Glazed Pearl Onions

Savory Glazed Pearl Onions

I made these onions on a whim one Christmas when we craved a vegetable dish other than Brussels sprouts. I'm so glad I did. —Erika Szymanski, Pullman, Washington
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