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    Cranberry sauce

    1 1/2 lbs cranberries

    12 oz maple syurp

    Wash rinse and drain cranberries. Add to a saucepan with syurp. Bring to a boil then simmer with an occasional stirring until berries pop or can be crushed with a spoon. Simmer a bit more the chill on the porch overnight ( it's 23 oF here).

    Simple and delicious.

    P.S. honey works too, but you need to experiment with amount.
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    No madder how you serve them I like Cranberries.
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    sounds easy to make will have to try it . ty .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Trapper View Post
    1 1/2 lbs cranberries

    12 oz maple syurp

    Wash rinse and drain cranberries. Add to a saucepan with syurp. Bring to a boil then simmer with an occasional stirring until berries pop or can be crushed with a spoon. Simmer a bit more the chill on the porch overnight ( it's 23 oF here).

    Simple and delicious.

    P.S. honey works too, but you need to experiment with amount.
    Mmmmmmm, Happy Thanksgiving

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    My aunt in Wisconsin used to make a cranberry "relish" or "salad", . . . in had cranberries and celery are the only ingredients I know for sure about.

    I loved that stuff, . . . ate it with everything on Thanksgiving.

    When she passed, . . . so did the recipe.

    But sitting here this morning, . . . Thanksgiving, . . . I thank the Lord for good memories, . . . she definitely is one.

    May God bless,
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    I used this recipe this am;

    12 oz of cranberries
    1/4 cup of orange juice
    1 cup sugar

    Simmer cranberries, juice and sugar for about 15 minutes on low heat until the cranberries split. Turn up heat to medium for another 10 minutes stirring often. Add a dash of salt and cool to room temp. Place in refrigerator after reaching room temp for a couple of hours and serve.
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    Open can,place on plate,slice,enjoy. Have a good one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddcaliber View Post
    Open can,place on plate,slice,enjoy. Have a good one!
    Actually I take this one a step up, . . . after everyone has had their fill, . . . if any is left over, . . . I'll butter up a slice or two of bread, . . . put the cranberry sauce on it like it was jelly or jam, . . . and chow down.

    You would laugh at some of the "Ewwww" looks I've gotten doing it.

    But it's good too that way, . . . another one of those blessed memories with family in years past.

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    My mama made two batches of cranberry sauce this year. One got messed up. It was like a big old lolly pop in a mixing bowl stuck on the end of a fork. Gosh, what a mess that was to clean. Her other batch went stealth and hid behind some salad greens in the back of my fridge. So we didn't have any cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving. That's okay because I'm doing a repeat today. So we'll eat the cranberry sauce with Mister Tom #2. I put the other turkey in the oven 20 mins ago after I got home from church. Why not? Turkey is only .49c per pound and so very good. Most everyone likes turkey here, except for my vegetarian daughter. She can eat the sides.
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    I am a foodie & truly love great food. But when it comes to Thanksgiving, no matter if someone made some fancy cranberry dish, I have to have my plain jelled cranberry from a can. Every other dish can be fancy, and my turkey is brined in honey & rum... but my cranberry will be plain from the can, thank you.
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