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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    I haven't bought cranberries yet from Costco, for this season. I need to do that, and make sure I buy enough.

    These are the things I want to make:



    * Cranberry Syrup (1 cup cranberries):

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine...DfM/story.html

    Another recipe, uses unsalted butter:

    https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/cranberry-maple-syrup

    I had the cranberry syrup on pancakes a few months ago.

    It's interesting. Something I could have once in a while. But other times, I'd want plain syrup.

    https://imgur.com/a/dPhSxO6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    I made the cranberry bbq sauce.

    https://i.imgur.com/7m3MbwU.jpg

    It's good, it has a lot of flavor.

    I think I want to use it on something other than smoked poultry, though. Like maybe in a sandwich or something?

    I tend to like my smoked or bbq poultry as is, from the cook.

    But this cranberry bbq sauce is good enough to have with something.

    Just not sure what.

    I was also disappointed to learn that bbq sauce contained ketchup. I kind of liked the mystery of not knowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    I haven't bought cranberries yet from Costco, for this season. I need to do that, and make sure I buy enough.

    These are the things I want to make:


    * Cranberry-Pistachio Bark (1/3 cup)

    https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/cra...-bark-sea-salt

    I made this.

    https://i.imgur.com/2H9go3i.jpg

    I don't usually like things that are both sweet and salty.

    But sweet, salty, and sour? That is interesting. I kind of like it. I'd make it again.

    I burned the white chocolate a little, I have to remove it quicker after it's melted.

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    Arun, thanks for the link, how did I miss your thread. Some good stuff here. I have a 1 1/2" binder full of just recipes using cranberries if you ever need more ideas. lol

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    Joan, A few years ago I had Thanksgiving dinner at a local restaurant called "Cooks". They served a cranberry sauce, maybe a syrup, with their turkey that was wonderful. the strange thing about it was that it was clear. I have not found a recipe that even resembles it. I you, or anyone else, has any idea what that recipe might have been it would be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen Bales View Post
    Joan, A few years ago I had Thanksgiving dinner at a local restaurant called "Cooks". They served a cranberry sauce, maybe a syrup, with their turkey that was wonderful. the strange thing about it was that it was clear. I have not found a recipe that even resembles it. I you, or anyone else, has any idea what that recipe might have been it would be appreciated.
    Allen, I checked by binder. I have dozens of recipes for sauce, but none for syrup. And none of the sauce recipes said anything about being clear. So sorry, hope someone else can be of help to you.

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    Thanks Joan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen Bales View Post
    Joan, A few years ago I had Thanksgiving dinner at a local restaurant called "Cooks". They served a cranberry sauce, maybe a syrup, with their turkey that was wonderful. the strange thing about it was that it was clear. I have not found a recipe that even resembles it. I you, or anyone else, has any idea what that recipe might have been it would be appreciated.
    You need to find a farmer/ road side stand that sells WHITE CRANBERRIES.

    They're picked when mature but not progressed to the last stage (turned red).

    Can't put them in the freezer though as they will turn red.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    I haven't bought cranberries yet from Costco, for this season. I need to do that, and make sure I buy enough.


    * Orange Glazed Cranberry Bread (1 cup cranberries)

    https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/or...anberry-bread/

    https://imgur.com/a/S1zrgs3

    I really liked the orange glaze. The bread was great.

    So the last thing on my list that I haven't made yet this year, is the marmalade.

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