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No-Cook Cranberry Relish

No-Cook Cranberry Relish

No-Cook Cranberry Relish

This relish is a tangy addition served with chicken or ham makes a plate look so pretty! It's so important to do something nice for yourself, and a good meal is an easy way to do that.—Eleanor Slimak, Chicago, Illinois

Onion Topping for Sausages

Onion Topping for Sausages

Onion Topping for Sausages

Betty Claycomb ALVERTON, PENNSYLVANIA Here’s a great onion recipe I’ve been making for many years. It’s a hit served over hot dogs or any kind of sausage. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
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Pickled Asparagus

Pickled Asparagus

Pickled Asparagus

These tangy spears make a great addition to a relish tray. Field editor Marie Hattrup of Sparks, Nevada, shares her easy recipe.

Pomegranate Cranberry Relish

Pomegranate Cranberry Relish

Pomegranate Cranberry Relish

I was inspired to develop this recipe one evening when I was making my usual cranberry relish and my husband was eating a pomegranate. It's so tasty when served alongside chicken or turkey.

Sweet Onion & Red Bell Pepper Topping

Sweet Onion & Red Bell Pepper Topping

Sweet Onion & Red Bell Pepper Topping

As soon as the spring Vidalia onions hit the market, this is one of the first recipes I make. I use it on hot dogs, bruschetta, cream cheese and crackers. It is so versatile. —Pat Hockett, Ocala, Florida

Cranberry Cherry Relish

Cranberry Cherry Relish

Cranberry Cherry Relish

With gorgeous color and three kinds of tangy fruit, this ruby-red relish is always a highlight of holiday menus. Enjoy it straight from the stove or chilled, whichever your family prefers.—B. J. Reimer, Fowler, Kansas

Last-Minute Cranberry Relish

Last-Minute Cranberry Relish

Last-Minute Cranberry Relish

Feature this no-fuss relish alongside your bird or roast and just wait for compliments. "One year I brought this to a church Thanksgiving dinner," recalls Cathy Rogers of Ashewille, North Carolina. "Several people asked what spices I used to make it so terrific.

Pineapple Cranberry Relish

Pineapple Cranberry Relish

Pineapple Cranberry Relish

This refreshing relish from Sue Dannahower of Fort Pierce, Florida features three kinds of fruit and a splash of cilantro. Serve it atop grilled chicken or pork to perk up the taste.

Family-Favorite Cran-Apple Relish

Family-Favorite Cran-Apple Relish

Family-Favorite Cran-Apple Relish

I made this relish for first time 53 years ago when I was 14. My mother wasn't able to prepare Thanksgiving dinner that year, so I was the cook for our family of 12! We all liked this dish so much that it became our family's traditional cranberry relish.

Fresh Tomato Relish

Fresh Tomato Relish

Fresh Tomato Relish

Meet the Cook: My two grown sons (I have two granddaughters) actually eat this as a salad, but that's a bit too hot for me! The recipe's from my late husband's mother, and I haven't varied it over the years. I usually make a batch as soon as the first tomatoes of the season are ready. It will keep for months in the freezer. I like to crochet and sew, and I'm active in my church. Three times every month, I cook for Wednesday suppers at church - 40 to 50 people each time. -Lela Baskins, Windsor, Missouri
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