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This fresh and citrusy cranberry sauce is a must-have with turkey or perfect as a Christmas feast side dish. Not only is it delicious and super simple to make, it's also incredibly versatile!
Here are some great ways to add cranberry sauce to other dishes:
• Spread on a turkey sandwich (a given).
• Peanut butter and cranberry sandwich.
• Add a little cranberry sauce with red wine vinegar and olive oil for a tangy vinaigrette.
• A perfect glaze for meat or seafood, thinned down with a bit of juice.
• Add some cranberry sauce to your plain yogurt or oatmeal.
• Drizzle some warm cranberry sauce on a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
• Add some juice and heat for a nice syrup on your French toast or pancakes.
Be sure to make extra for leftovers so you can continue to enjoy cranberry sauce in many creative ways!
Fresh cranberries simmered with Merlot, orange and warm spices - perfect for Thanksgiving and winter holidays. Marker illustration by Angie Cornelius.
Here's another piece from my collaborative cookbook 'The Shelter Island 36'. The Shelter Island 36 is a collection of New England recipes developed on the East End of Long Island by Chef Jason Casey.
I had a lot of fun with the fruity accents in this dish. Yum!
Over fall and winter break, when my friends come home from school for the holidays, we have a tradition: we meet up, get cozy around a big backyard campfire, and fill each other in on everything we've missed since the last time we were all together. A big pot of hot apple cider is a staple for those nights. This recipe is really easy to throw together (in the slow cooker, on the stove, or over the fire), and it's the perfect thing to warm up a whole crowd of chilly and exhausted college students. Great as is, or spiked with a little bourbon to keep you and your whole crew warm!
Created for Rebecca Bradley's "Illustrating the Edible" class at MICA.