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Category: Berry Bulletin
Here’s a new variety to try for the holidays this year: Apple Cinnamon Cranberry Sauce Please don’t tell me you eat the stuff in the can… the gelatinous, cylindrical-shaped, metal-tasting…
Lime and jalapeño punch up a fresh take on cranberry sauce. If you use frozen cranberries, be sure they are fully thawed before beginning the recipe.
Please everyone at your Thanksgiving table with gluten-free, vegan Cranberry Almond Tartlets that are deliciously tart and sweet.
Here’s a recipe to serve with your holiday meals this year: Sausage- Herb Stuffing with Butternut Squash and Cranberries Ever since my Mom sent me off to college so many moons…
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I’ve set out on the very serious task of brainstorming ALL of the Thanksgiving pies. Good reason. I’m preparing the welcome most ALL of my family to New Orleans for Thanksgiving. There will be no turkey in my oven. There will be no stuffing. Green beans and cranberry sauce are a major maybe. There willRead more
A new post from She Wears Many Hats.
Leftovers can get boring, but I’ve got a plan of attack thanks to the handy dandy wrap and Sabra Hummus: Rosemary Hummus Cranberry Turkey Wraps.
I found a low-fat recipe for corn muffins and added cranberries and pecans to make a wonderful new holiday dish. They have just the right flavor for this time of year. —Lisa Varner, Charleston, South Carolina
So much of the Thanksgiving menu is mandatory, dictated by personal history and family dynamics: turkey, dressing, cranberries, pumpkin or pecan pie. There’s not much room for a cook to be creative (and neither should there be; it is, after all, a holi…
Turkey tenderloins stuffed with a sweet and savory filling of butternut squash, cranberries, sage and pecans – this tastes like Thanksgiving, all wrapped up in one dish!
Honestly, the photos don’t do this justice. I was having one of those days that I couldn’t take a decent photo, but the turkey – it’s amazing! And the leftovers were just as good the next day for lunch.
Turkey tenderloins (the tender long strip of white meat hidden under the turkey breast) are very tender and excellent for weeknight cooking. Because it’s so lean, you want to be sure you don’t overcook it or the meat will be dry.
New Berry Growers Are Innovative
Growing Produce (press release)
Charlie O’Dell In recent years many younger families have decided to become berry growers. Often they have been urbanites who want their families to enjoy the quieter environment of the countryside yet still be commuter-close to their off-farm jobs.