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Old 11-24-2004, 03:13 PM
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I need help with a Relish Tray

My mother-in-law has been saying for months that she is going to have me and my sister-in-law help with our family dinners. Well, she finally has asked for help with Thanksgiving Dinner. And what does she ask me to make? A Relish Tray!!! Boy, she has alot of confidence in me, doesn't she? Anyway, my family never had a relish tray for Thanksgiving Dinner. So, I know some sort of sweet pickles and olives. But, what else should I put on this relish tray. Please help! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!
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Old 11-24-2004, 05:41 PM
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I dont know how fancy you want to get but here are some ideas:

green olives

celery (stuffed with cream cheese)

black olives

marinated mushrooms and/or artichoke hearts

stuffed cherry tomatoes (usually with Philly cream cheese or a tuna mixture)

pickles ( I like to use spears)


Im sure there's more ideas out there. Ill look for some different ones for you.

The black olives are always the first to go at my house!



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Looks like some people add these too:

pepperoncini

canned baby corn

pickled onions
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Old 11-24-2004, 07:26 PM
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Tami,
Thank you so much!! I just went to the grocery store and I got a few different kinds of olives, super sweet midget pickles, kosher dill ****tail midgets, and teriyaki marinated mushrooms. I also searched on the net for some stuffed celery recipes and found some pretty interesting ones. I'm not usually one to be very fancy about family dinners, etc. However, I am quite insulted that all she asked me to bring is a relish tray, so I kind of want to put a bit of "wow" into it!! I like the idea of the baby corn and pepperoncini. Especially since those are two things that I like and I cannot stand olives or pickles!!
Again, thank you very much!!
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