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Spicy Olive Relish

Spicy Olive Relish

Spicy Olive Relish

I was looking for a zippy relish to jazz up plain hot dogs. Not wishing to make a run to the store, I rummaged through my refrigerator and found these items and thought they would be good together—and I was right! This relish also goes well on toasted bagel bites.

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

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
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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.

Apple & Sweet Pepper Relish

Apple & Sweet Pepper Relish

Apple & Sweet Pepper Relish

Before you turn your apples into cobbler or pie, consider this unique relish. On burgers, brats or served along side pork, this sweet and savory condiment will be a game-changer at your next cookout.

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!"

Chunky Fruit and Nut Relish

Chunky Fruit and Nut Relish

Chunky Fruit and Nut Relish

"I tuck a glass jar of this colorful relish into Christmas gift baskets along with cookies and fudge," relates Donna Brockett of Kingfisher, Oklahoma. "Its tasty medley of fruits and nuts is delicious served with ham or poultry."

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

Fresh Tomato Relish

Fresh Tomato Relish

Fresh Tomato Relish

My two grown sons 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. —Lela Baskins, Windsor, Missouri

Pickled Peppers

Pickled Peppers

Pickled Peppers

Making your own pickled peppers is so easy and you will never have to buy store-bought peppers ever again. They are so delicious.—Ball brand and Kerr brand home canning products
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