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Location: Central La.
Posted: Sep/11/2011 6:26 AM PST
10c.Shredded zucchini 5c.Sugar
4c.Chopped Onion 1/2tsp.Alum,powdered
1/4c.Salt 3 Tbsp.Turmeric
1(8oz.)jar Red Pimento 1 Tbsp.Celery seeds
2-1/2c.White vinegar 1 Tbsp.Dry mustard
Mix zucchini, onion,pimento, and salt and let stand over night. Rinse well with cold water in colander; drain well. Mix last 6 ingredients in kettle, bring to a boil, then add zucchini mixture and just barely bring to a boil (but do not boil) pack in hot jars and seal.
Location: Iowa, Zone 4
Posted: Sep/11/2011 4:24 PM PST
hi there........I will tell you that this is an excellent recipe....almost identical to mine....I used it many years making zuc relish when I had just too much and didn't want any to waste or no one else wanted any more of my leftovers. Thanks for the reminder! Birdie
Location: Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Posted: Feb/06/2012 9:06 AM PST
[font=Comic Sans MS][color=green]Awesome, now instead of national 'Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbors' Porch Day' (Aug 8th... its real!) it can be, 'Sneak some Zucchini relish into your neighbors' mailbox day!'