This lovely recipe came from Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier of Arrows Restaurant - Ogunquit, Maine, adapted by StarChefs. Great served with a good blue cheese, such as Roquefort or Stiltion, and some good crackers and bread.
This is a British Columbian recipe from Canada. The soil is so rich there, it produces luscious berries and apples.
UPDATE: Due to reviews, I have added sugar to the ingredients. Add to taste or don't use-your choice!
Though firm when raw, cranberries fall quickly to even just a little heat. You don’t have to bake them long. When finished, they are warm and almost melt in your mouth. This is how the cranberry is meant to be enjoyed!
And you thought pansies were just to look at! This is so good over vanilla ice cream, cake, pancakes, even oatmeal! Adapted from David Feys, co-chef, Sookie Harbour House, Sookie, British Columbia.I wasn't able to say pansy flowers, so added it in parentesis.