Relish

A relish used to mean a dish, served between the first and main courses of a dinner, which was intended to refresh and stimulate the palate in preparation for the main dish.

Nowadays, however, a relish is usually a spicy pickle or sauce which is served with the food to enhance its flavour and whet the diner’s appetite.

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