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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!"

Dilled Onions

Dilled Onions

Dilled Onions

Dad will relish these treats. Serve them with dinner or give as a gift he can truly savor, advises reader Donna Torres of Grand Rapids, Minnesota.

Easy Refrigerator Pickles

Easy Refrigerator Pickles

Easy Refrigerator Pickles

This is a great way to use cucumbers and onions from the garden. Here in Upstate New York, we have an abundance of cucumbers. —Catherine Seibold, Elma, New York
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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

Pickled Pumpkin

Pickled Pumpkin

Pickled Pumpkin

Cubes of pickled pumpkin make a tasty addition to any meal, according to Myra Innes of Auburn, Kansas. "We like to have this side dish as part of our Thanksgiving feast," she tells. "The recipe's a great way to use up any extra pumpkins you might have on hand," she adds.

Baked Cranberry Relish

Baked Cranberry Relish

Baked Cranberry Relish

"Orange marmalade and walnuts make this chilled cranberry sauce a delightful change from the ordinary," assures Anita Curtis of Camarillo, California. With just five ingredients, it's a simple dish that adds festive color to the table.

Fruity Cranberry Relish

Fruity Cranberry Relish

Fruity Cranberry Relish

This recipe has been in my family for years. It has a zippy taste that everyone seems to enjoy.

Microwave Pickles

Microwave Pickles

Microwave Pickles

You can enjoy a small batch of these sweet crunchy pickles anytime without the work of traditional canning methods. "They're loaded with flavor and so easy to make," assures Marie Wladyka of Land O' Lakes, Florida.

Cranberry Fruit Relish

Cranberry Fruit Relish

Cranberry Fruit Relish

Rich color, a perky texture and tongue-tingling flavor make this relish a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. It's lovely for a special dinner, a ladies luncheon or as a stand-alone salad topped with cottage cheese. It's also a great way to use up holiday cranberries. —Henryetta Lewis Santa Fe, New Mexico

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. —Melinda Winchell, Las Vegas, Nevada

Easy Rhubarb Relish

Easy Rhubarb Relish

Easy Rhubarb Relish

I remember eating this relish at my grandmother's over 50 years ago. My mother made it for years and now my daughters make it. It complements any meat, but I find it a "must" with meat loaf.
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