A holiday tradition in my kitchen (whether it’s Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, or the first day of baseball season… a holiday in our house) is based on a recipe I saw Emeril do years ago on Emeril Live. He made a Relish Tray Salad and I tried my own version the very next day.
The beautiful thing about making a relish tray salad is that you can pretty much add or take away anything your little heart desires. And easy? Trust me, nothing’s easier.
Place everything into a large glass bowl (or any bowl for that matter, glass simply looks spectacular). For extra flavor, add a little olive oil. The colors are beautiful, the flavors are Heavenly, and everyone has a lot of fun finding their favorites lovelies.
You could even add some red pepper flakes if you wanted to make it pop.
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