Well, I think her customers would love it! It reminded me immediately of the chopped fresh cucumber/onion/tomato/minced hot pepper relish that my mother would always serve with family dinners during the summertime when I was growing up. (You will understand that family dinners in those days meant Sundays or holidays and always at noon.)
My mother always had lots of condiments on the table. I recall her chopped cucumbers and onions mixed with sour cream, or if that were unavailable cream cheese which she would mash up with a fork and soften with liquid. (Back in those days we didn’t know yogurt.) Likely on that same table would be a tray of peeled and thinly slice fresh young cucumbers dressed with white vinegar and black pepper. Think uncooked and fresh pickles.
Sometimes chow-chow (made with cabbage) and sometimes corn relish and always olives.
In pear season pear relish, all ground up with onion and bell pepper and likely as a small hot pepper thrown in and of course some vinegar. You ate your black-eyed peas just so you could have some of that pear relish on them.
Desserts too had their special dressings from time to time. She did something with a double boiler and marshmallows and mustard and cayenne pepper and possibly a bit of vinegar that she served over cooked (usually canned) pears. I taste it even as I write this some 70 years on. Also a double boiler came into play when she cooked up a sauce to put on vanilla ice cream that had lots of chopped fresh ginger and usually some chopped pecans. I guess the sweet came from sugar. I’ll bet there was a dribble of vinegar in there as well.
Now if she was only serving my father and herself and their 2 children pickle jars and relish jars would be put on the table with forks stuck in. But for a big company dinner you always used special dishes.
After I grew up and left home I became aware that many people did not dine as we did. A meat and 2 vegetables, no extra condiments. Maybe catsup. I did feel and still do feel deeply sorry for them. Maybe I can invite them to dine at my mther's table in Heaven.