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relish

Music (in English lute, viol, and keyboard music of the 16th and 17th centuries) a trilling ornament, used esp at cadences

relish

[′rel·ish]
(engineering)
The shoulder of a tenon, used in a mortise and tenon system.

relish

In carpentry and joinery, the projection or shoulder at the side of, or around, a tenon.
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The firm's core products total nine chutneys and relishes, made to original recipes, across two ranges: the Heritage Range, which supply delicatessens, and the Everyday Range, found in most Yorkshire branches of the main supermarkets and recently nationwide through Morrisons.
Stokes Sauce also produces further relishes and chutneys under its Suffolk Mud name, including Suffolk Mud Farmhouse Chutney, Suffolk Mud Green Bean Relish, Suffolk Mud Red Onion Marmalade, Suffolk Mud Tomato Chutney and Suffolk Mud Beetroot Relish.
Mama Africa Zulu relishes are ideal as a table-top condiment or a cooking ingredient for all fish, meat and vegetable dishes.
Products include 300g jars of Hot Mango, Flaming Hot, Spicy Apricot, Onion and Curried Fruit chutneys, Mild Chilli, Tomato, and Barbecue relishes and 280g jars of Red Pepper and Aubergine relishes.
Officials have detected the chemical in chilli powder imported from India and used as an ingredient in relishes, chutneys and seasoning.
How does she come up with such creative relishes, like her Summer Harvest Relish?
FRESH INGREDIENTS AND FLAVORS BLEND HARMONIOUSLY IN THESE simple relishes. In the first, cranberries stain water chestnuts red, so their crunch comes as a surprise.
The family-owned company produces pickles, peppers, relishes, and salad dressings.