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Spaghetti Squash Salad

Spaghetti Squash Salad

Spaghetti Squash Salad

I've tried other spaghetti squash recipes, but I like this one since it's so crisp, colorful and fun. Plus, it can be a side dish or a relish.—Patricia Aurand, Findlay, Ohio

Fresh Cranberry Relish

Fresh Cranberry Relish

Fresh Cranberry Relish

This no-cook cranberry medley spiced with cinnamon and ginger is a wonderfully refreshing complement for a savory entree. The tartness mellows as the relish chills.—Deb Williams, Peoria, Arizona
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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

Jalapeno Bread & Butter Pickles

Jalapeno Bread & Butter Pickles

Jalapeno Bread & Butter Pickles

Even the heat-shy will want to dip into these bread and butter pickles with a surprise flavor kick. Ay caramba, they are good!—Karen Owen, Rising Sun, Indiana

Yellow Summer Squash Relish

Yellow Summer Squash Relish

Yellow Summer Squash Relish

My friends can barely wait for the growing season to arrive so I can make this incredible relish. The color really dresses up a hot dog. —Ruth Hawkins, Jackson, Mississippi

Baked Pearl Onions

Baked Pearl Onions

Baked Pearl Onions

Tender and buttery, these little baked onions will fit into just about any dinner menu. I dress them up with plenty of fresh herbs—rosemary, garlic, tarragon and parsley.—Marilee Cardinal, Burlington, New Jersey

Happy Hot Dog Relish

Happy Hot Dog Relish

Happy Hot Dog Relish

This sweet-tart relish combining cranberry sauce and sauerkraut is so good! It's also a nice complement to hamburgers, baked ham and roast pork.

Cranberry-Raisin Relish

Cranberry-Raisin Relish

Cranberry-Raisin Relish

This is the only cranberry relish my kids will eat. It can be made up to one week ahead of time, and I personally think it gets better after it sits for a day or two. If you have leftovers after a big meal, spoon it over turkey sandwiches the next day.—Sheila Tate, Hartselle, Alabama

Pickled Green Beans

Pickled Green Beans

Pickled Green Beans

This recipe produces zippy little pickles and preserves my green beans for months to come…if they last that long. I crank up the heat a bit with cayenne pepper. —Marisa McClellan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kool-Aid Pickles

Kool-Aid Pickles

Kool-Aid Pickles

Everyone will love getting into these pickles. They owe their color and sweet-sour taste to a long marinade in a fruity drink mix.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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