A Couple o’ Jerks Uncommonly Delicious German Style Relish – A Couple o' Jerks

A Couple o’ Jerks Uncommonly Delicious German Style Relish

(1 customer review)

$14.00$84.00 includes shipping

Available in 1, 3, 6 or 12 jar packs.

What kind of Jerk charges $14 for a single jar of relish?

OK  We get it.  That’s twice what it would cost in a store…IF you can find it.  But what if you’re thinking “Uncle Joe would love this stuff”, but he is half way across the country?  Or “I wish my mom could try this”, but Mothers Day is just around the corner, and she’s not (around the corner)? What if your friend just bought a home 3 states away, and you want to have a unique house warming gift delivered to their new front porch? See what it costs to have a bottle of wine, or a fruit cake delivered to someone’s door!

For those of you who know and love our relish, you will probably want to order by the case (maybe split with a local friend?).  That will get our price down to the retail store level.  And it’s delivered to your front porch!  (did we say that already?)   But for those distant friends and relatives – “frelatives” please consider our Sharajar plan and light up their taste buds.  And in case you are wondering, this is not a money maker for us, unless of course your frelatives get hooked on our product and order more.  But we would never promote such addictive behavior.

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Our German Style Relish is hard to describe, and very hard to stop eating. It’s not your average minced and mushy
pickle relish. In fact there are no pickles it, and it is shredded, with a delightful crunch. If you haven’t tried it, shame
on you, and shame on us for not doing more sampling.

Ingredients: cabbage, bell peppers, sugar, cider vinegar, onions, water, spices, kosher salt.

Additional information

Weight 16 oz
Pack Size

Single Jar, 3-Pack, 6-Pack, 12-Pack

1 review for A Couple o’ Jerks Uncommonly Delicious German Style Relish

  1. HC Collier

    This relish is delicious and worth the price. We like to use in when frying potatoes to make a fried German potato flavor. We also cook it with link sausage. Nothing else we’ve tried even comes close.

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