Thanksgiving cranberries: Two ways
Oh, cranberries. People can be so divided on this tart little fruit. Do you serve them jellied or whole? Do you spice your sauce or keep it simple?
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If you’re craving traditional cranberry sauce, The Pioneer Woman has a simple recipe that uses fresh cranberries sweetened with maple syrup.
If you prefer your cranberries a little less front-and-center, try this twist: Cranberry & Squash Wild Rice Salad from Twin Cities food blogger greens & chocolate. This hearty mix of grains and veggies really makes the sweet-tart taste of the cranberries pop!