When Samantha left her career in art to travel the world with her husband, they found themselves lugging around a curious collection of sauces, spices and condiments. Henceforth, their fridge was “a multitude of upside down sauces,” as one friend said, since Samantha tried to drain the last drop of goodness from the condiments. It’s only appropriate then that she demanded her father teach her the family recipe for pepper relish, which had never been written down but had always been a staple of their home. Her great-grandmother had created the recipe in the 19th century, her grandfather had perfected it in the 20th century—and she took it right into the 21st, calling it Get Me A Switch for how it turned from sweet to spicy. A relish company was born—one that knows no borders or time