A vibrantly colored mixed sweet pickle. This recipe sort of evolved over the years. Ihave no idea where I got the original from. It was basicly a 3 bean salad plus green pepper. I just started adding things from other pickle recipes to give it more variety and a good color ballance. It is great with any fried foods or pork. And I always serve it with turkey for those who do not like crabberries. Frozen limas, green beans and wax beans can be substituted. Cook the frozen limas for only 10 to 15 minutes. Don't cook the frozen beans at all. Can't find any yellow wax beans at all? Use all green and replace the green sweet peppers with yellow ones to preserve the color ballance. Do try and keep the kidney beans for their color, but the white beans could be replaced with pintos or black beans, or a mixture . If by any chance you run across a sweet pepper named Gypsy use them in place of the other sweet peppers. Gypsy is a long pepper instead of bell shape so cut them into rings and poke out seeds. only cook them fo 2 minutes as the have thinner walls. Gypsy has green, cream, yellow, orange, and purple fruits all growing on the same plant so it really is colorful.