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When my grandma was still cooking Thanksgiving dinner I always remember this, so I've picked up the ball and now I'm the one making it. Even people who don't normally want cranberry love this. I use the old fashioned metal, clamp to the edge of the counter, type of grinder to grind the cranberries, but you can use something else, perhaps a food processor. However, I do not recommend using a food processor or other type of chopper for the nuts, or celery as the quality and texture is better when they are hand chopped. When you use the orange peel (zest) make sure you are only using the orange part of the peel, and not any of the white (it's very bitter). When the cranberries are in season around Thanksgiving, I usually buy a couple of extra bags and freeze them so that I can make this anytime of year. This is great for brunches, luncheons, or in the summer, to take along to potlucks or picnics as well, it's so refreshing. You could also add a nice white wine (maybe about 1/2 cup).
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (98 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6