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weinoo

weinoo

I often make a "relish tray" because I believe it's a great appetizer/hors d'oeuvres, and it goes wonderfully with aperitifs as well.

 

But when I'm cooking for just Significant Eater and myself, I'll usually make each of us an individual tray plate - that way neither of us gets shortchanged if we turn our back ;) !

 

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From the top, clockwise, carrot sticks, celery sticks, pickled beets, pickled turnips, a cherry tomato, green olives. (I def could've drained the beets a little better).

 

Both the pickles are from The Pickle Guys, not some hipster pickle making joint in Brooklyn.

 

 

weinoo

weinoo

I often make a "relish tray" because I believe it's a great appetizer/hors d'oeuvres, and it goes wonderfully with aperitifs as well.

 

But when I'm cooking for just Significant Eater and myself, I'll often make each of us an individual tray plate - that way neither of us gets shortchanged if we turn our back ;) !

 

30772951427_8ecec84aac.jpg

 

From the top, clockwise, carrot sticks, celery sticks, pickled beets, pickled turnips, a cherry tomato, green olives. (I def could've drained the beets a little better).

 

Both the pickles are from The Pickle Guys, not some hipster pickle making joint in Brooklyn.

 

 

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