Once you've tried pikliz, if you're a fan of spicy food, you'll likely be addicted. But it is tough to find (outside of Haitian homes & communities). I tried some bottled ones - yuck. I also tested a few recipes, but I never found one that worked quite perfectly. Then I came upon an old American recipe - for something called "Philadelphia Hash" or "Pepper Relish." These are not spicy dishes (as is Haitian pikliz); rather they are savory side dishes or slaw-like condiments for sausages, roast meats, hot dogs. They seem to be fairly old-fashioned, of German origin, generally served with meats (in parts of Philadelphia, I understand they are usual hotdogs accompaniments). I tweaked the recipe to create a spicy option that seems Haitian-ish. Please note - I am not Haitian, and I have never (sadly) been to Haiti. So I'm not an expert; this is not authentic. But it is yummy!