a roasted red pepper, green pepper and tomato relish found in taste of home magazine. serve relish with roast chicken or pork dishes, or use it as a pizza or bruschetta topping.
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this recipe was given to me by my great aunt. the reason i say all purpose is because this is always a side dish at thanksgiving, and easter and bbq's and on sandwiches etc. etc. it just goes well with a lot and if you love a sweet tasting cole slaw, this
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here's an old stand by for a nice bear dinner. i found this in my hand written recipe saves but i've also found something like it on the net so i'm not the only one who uses it. if ya like bear...give it a try.
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