Cranberries

Cranberries are native to North America and were first cultivated in 1816 by Captain Henry Hall. Cranberry vines - if cared for properly - can survive for over a hundred years. Cranberries are just that - berries with a deep red color. Very tart tasting, they are used in cooking so you can add sugar! They are a late fall crop.

Storage: Discard any soft, discolored, or shrilled fruits. Keep in a bag or covered container in the fridge for up to 3 weeks. Or freeze for up to 9 months.

Preparation:  Rinse under running water. And enjoy!
To freeze - just place the entire bag in the freezer. If you want to wash them, rinse under running water and dry. Lay flat on a baking sheet and place in the freezer. When frozen, transfer to freezer bags. No need to defrost before using when cooing.

Cranberry Ginger Pear Pie                                                Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Orange Walnut Bread                                     Apple Cranberry Chutney

Fresh Cranberry Bars                                                       Roasted Cranberries with Orange & Jalapeno

Cranberry Buttermilk Breakfast Cake                             Bourbon Vanilla Cranberry Sauce

Oven Chicken Fingers (With Cranberry Orange Sauce)

Maple Cranberry Sweet Potatoes

Tart Cranberry Chicken


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