This is a Williams-Sonoma recipe, so you know it's good. It is a tangy, but not too tangy, side for that turkey dinner that sticks in your mind from year to year. It makes a beautiful molded gelatin that will enhance the table as well as please the palate. I've made this two years in a row for Thanksgiving, and this will be year three - just can't imagine serving canned cranberry sauce ever again. I use a metal mold rather than the ceramic one the recipe calls for, and it works out fine. However, I suppose there is a chance that the acid in the cranberries causes some leaching of metal. Since hubby is diabetic, I substitute Splenda for the sugar and add it after the boiling has completed.