A lovely holiday fruit sauce to serve with the traditional bird, with a couple of twists. Instead of straight-up sugar, a cup of pure maple syrup balances the tartness of the fruit. A cup of cranberry juice ensures the essential flavor remains the focus of the dish, and a bit of orange brightens the whole shebang. The Grand Marnier is optional. This is to say nothing of the texture, which to paraphrase the great Roseanne Conner, is "so far beyond canned sauce, that the light from canned sauce would take one billion years to reach the Earth." It is, in a word, awesome. Inspired by a Pioneer Woman recipe, via Kristen Swensson of Cheap, Healthy, Good.