Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
A dill'y take on the classic cucumber relish.
If you like Del Monte Hamburger Relish on your burgers, get cooking. This easy to make relish is a dead-ringer for the store-bought stuff. Save money and use up your zucchini abundance!
Super summery Sweetcorn Relish, no self respecting burger would ever be seen without it!
A sweet pink radish relish popping with cumin and coriander flavors!
Rhubarb and Raisin Relish, perfect with cozy comfort food on a cold day or with spring time sandwiches
A fresh and citrusy kumquat relish , that is guaranteed to brighten your mood and table.
In Baltimore, when you order a sandwich in a sub shop, a specialty called “hots” is offered along with the usual condiments. I imagine this relish would be amazing on scrambled eggs, on tortilla chips like salsa, or served over grilled chicken.
Similar to sauerkraut and chow chow, this relish recipe is spicy hot, sweet and salty. Made in one day, and eat it that night!
Beetroot relish, tasty and colourful, great on crackers and as a side for salads and hearty meals too.
Green Tomato Relish. A recipe handed down to me from my great-grandmother. This is a great way to use all those leftover green tomatoes at the end of the season.