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    Thanksgiving: The Cranberries

    [Cover photo by GaylaJ.] Cranberry appetizers, cranberry relish, cranberry jelly, cranberry salad. Cranberries are such a Thanksgiving staple, all the cranberry recipes were overwhelming my cookbook The Side Dishes , so I've given them their own cookbook. (Desserts with cranberry still appear in my cookbook The Dessert ). Other cookbooks in the Thanksgiving cookbooks series include The Bird , The Stuffing and the Gravy , The Beverages and The Leftovers .
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    This is the only cranberry sauce that I have found that I like. It is my grandmother's recipe. This is the original recipe. I am going to modify this year to do whole berries and just pare the apples ahead of time.

    Recipe #264255

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    A tangy-sweet staple of our Thanksgiving menu OR a delicious addition to special occasion breakfasts. Really gets the gastric juices flowing! The color is dazzling--serve in a pedestal compote to show it off!

    Recipe #186975

    7 Reviews |  By CarrolJ

    I was given this recipe years ago when I lived in Colorado. It is a very simple but delicious salad. It always gets lots of compliments and completely disappears at potlucks.

    Recipe #101986

    3 Reviews |  By BecR

    Ruby red, rich and spicy cranberry sauce with a bright citrus note. A sophisticated blend of flavors! Goes equally well with roast turkey, beef, or ham. Make a batch at T.G., and freeze half for X'mas. Delicious! Note: I reduce the sugar to 3/4 cup of each, and use a tablespoonful of orange zest in place of the strip as we really enjoy the orange flavor. No need to strain the syrup, just scoop out the whole spices. Adapted from Bon Appetit, November 2001.

    Recipe #144578

    This salad has a great combination of toppings, a sweet dressing and crunchy glazed almonds.

    Recipe #105318

    3 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A nice colorful salad for the holidays, or a buffet. Make the day before serving.

    Recipe #190636

    1 Reviews |  By Makrae

    Holiday alternative to cranberry sauce

    Recipe #16279

    Once you try this you'll never buy canned cranberry sauce again! This recipe is from the book "By Request" from Pasta & Co. a great store in Seattle, WA. If you're ever in the area look it up and stop in.

    Recipe #33054

    This recipe is a Thanksgiving standard in our family. I found this recipe in a magazine many years ago but have made variations to be able to call it my own. The nuts and marshmallows are optional.

    Recipe #104699

    From the San Antonio newspaper. This is a wonderful cranberry sauce for pork, turkey, chicken. Easy to make, guests will rave!

    Recipe #180593

    This is a very different type of cranberry dish, it goes well with anything that you would normally use cranberry sauce with. It is a must have for the holidays. I don't know where the recipe originated, but I got it from a good friend about 25 years ago, I have been making it ever since, I hope you try it, this is a wonderful dish. My favorite is with turkey and dressing. The different textures and flavors of this dish are suburb.

    Recipe #146182

    We first had this recipe during the Holidays at a Wonderful Inn & Restaurant which is Historic, located in Berea, Kentucky - The Boone Tavern Hotel. This is so easy and absolutely the BEST Cranberry relish recipe I've ever had, it is a tradition with our family for Thanksgiving & Christmas a wonderful accompaniement to Turkey or Pork.

    Recipe #144679

    2 Reviews |  By Olha

    This no cook relish is a tart and refreshing relish. Good with turkey, it provides an especially effective counterpoint to heavier birds such as goose and duck. Stored, covered, in the refrigerator, the relish keeps for at least a week. Use it as an intriguing spread on turkey sandwiches.

    Recipe #144714

    4 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I thought this cranberry sauce sounded like a different way to make a holiday favorite. Recipe source Saveur (November 2004)

    Recipe #144856

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a creamy, sweet, crunchy salad. I had a bunch of pears I had to use and came up with this. Served on a bed of greens and I topped with candied walnuts as you see in the picture.This would be nice for a brunch.

    Recipe #91911

    A recipe from A Taste of Home I received from KyJo. I plan to pass the magazines around, so I'm storing this recipe here. I haven't made it yet;-)

    Recipe #58615

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    Beautiful presentation!! and great refreshing taste. Diatery exchanges 1 fruit, 1 fat

    Recipe #58827

    8 Reviews |  By Bergy

    You can make this recipe lower cal by using light cheeses and a low fat mayo. Great looking recipe for the holidays. I sometimes use Craisins and then no sugar in the recipe.

    Recipe #40342

    1 Reviews |  By icetea

    my favorite jello recipe.

    Recipe #115847

    Oh my....is this orange/honey dish a real treat! The cranberries in this salad make this dish very festive looking for the holiday season, and talk about simple to make...you can prepare the cranberry/honey sauce days ahead if desired.

    Recipe #78227

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