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    Michel Boucher Guest

    Default Cranberry sauce a hit

    This year I wanted to try something new so on top of my usual
    ginger-lemon juice-fructose cranberry sauce I did one with the
    juice of one tangello, 1/4 light maple syrup (the good stuff) and
    1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes.

    You simmer it until the berries burst then a bit more to mix the
    flesh with the liquids and let it reduce only a bit. It musn't be
    glutinous at all. Chill in a clean jar overnight and serve.

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    was just as selfish as we are, or we’ve got to acknowledge
    that He commanded us to love the poor and serve the needy
    without condition, and then admit that we just don’t
    want to do it.

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    I'm Back!! Guest

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    Michel Boucher <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected] :

    > This year I wanted to try something new so on top of my usual
    > ginger-lemon juice-fructose cranberry sauce I did one with the
    > juice of one tangello, 1/4 light maple syrup (the good stuff) and
    > 1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes.
    >
    > You simmer it until the berries burst then a bit more to mix the
    > flesh with the liquids and let it reduce only a bit. It musn't be
    > glutinous at all. Chill in a clean jar overnight and serve.
    >




    Thanks, I'm going to have to put this away for down the track when the
    cranberries overflow.

    It's very runny?


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    Brisbane
    Australia

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    where life meets death on equal plane;
    where man is more than man, and existence both supreme and valueless at the
    same instant.

    --- Charles A. Lindbergh ---

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    Michel Boucher Guest

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    "I'm Back!!" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    > Thanks, I'm going to have to put this away for down the track
    > when the cranberries overflow.
    >
    > It's very runny?


    Not runny, no. Just not as congealed as cranberry sauce normally
    is. Think of it as a chutney.

    --

    If this is going to be a Christian nation that doesn’t
    help the poor, either we’ve got to pretend that Jesus
    was just as selfish as we are, or we’ve got to acknowledge
    that He commanded us to love the poor and serve the needy
    without condition, and then admit that we just don’t
    want to do it.

    Stephen Colbert (via videcormeum)

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    I'm Back!! Guest

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    Michel Boucher <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected] :

    > "I'm Back!!" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected] .55:
    >
    >> Thanks, I'm going to have to put this away for down the track
    >> when the cranberries overflow.
    >>
    >> It's very runny?

    >
    > Not runny, no. Just not as congealed as cranberry sauce normally
    > is. Think of it as a chutney.
    >



    Mmmmmmmmmmmmm, I'll have to start compiling a list of different sauces/jams
    etc to make.

    That, along with the smokehouse I'm going to build to smoke my own
    salmon/fish/chicken etc, should keep me busy and earn a few $$'s selling
    them at the markets :-)



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia

    Skydiving: Where immortality is touched through danger,
    where life meets death on equal plane;
    where man is more than man, and existence both supreme and valueless at the
    same instant.

    --- Charles A. Lindbergh ---

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    Pete C. Guest

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    Michel Boucher wrote:
    >
    > This year I wanted to try something new so on top of my usual
    > ginger-lemon juice-fructose cranberry sauce I did one with the
    > juice of one tangello, 1/4 light maple syrup (the good stuff) and
    > 1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes.
    >
    > You simmer it until the berries burst then a bit more to mix the
    > flesh with the liquids and let it reduce only a bit. It musn't be
    > glutinous at all. Chill in a clean jar overnight and serve.
    >


    The cranberry and candied orange chutney recipe on Epicurious is quite
    good if you double the cranberry component.

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    Janet Wilder Guest

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    On 12/25/2011 6:24 PM, I'm Back!! wrote:
    > Michel Boucher<[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected] :
    >
    >> This year I wanted to try something new so on top of my usual
    >> ginger-lemon juice-fructose cranberry sauce I did one with the
    >> juice of one tangello, 1/4 light maple syrup (the good stuff) and
    >> 1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes.
    >>
    >> You simmer it until the berries burst then a bit more to mix the
    >> flesh with the liquids and let it reduce only a bit. It musn't be
    >> glutinous at all. Chill in a clean jar overnight and serve.
    >>

    >
    >
    >
    > Thanks, I'm going to have to put this away for down the track when the
    > cranberries overflow.
    >

    Cranberries freeze quite well. When they are plentiful at the stores of
    the big box club, I buy a huge bag and freeze it. We are invited to have
    a post-Christmas dinner at our neighbor's. She is making a turkey. I
    offered to bring cranberry sauce. Her husband loves the cranberry sauce
    I make. He uses it like preserves putting it on toast and biscuits.
    --
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    Way-the-heck-south Texas
    Spelling doesn't count. Cooking does.

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    I'm Back!! Guest

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    Janet Wilder <[email protected]> wrote in news:4ef7df3c$0$2231$c3e8da3
    $[email protected]:

    > On 12/25/2011 6:24 PM, I'm Back!! wrote:
    >> Michel Boucher<[email protected]> wrote in
    >> news:[email protected] :
    >>
    >>> This year I wanted to try something new so on top of my usual
    >>> ginger-lemon juice-fructose cranberry sauce I did one with the
    >>> juice of one tangello, 1/4 light maple syrup (the good stuff) and
    >>> 1/2 tsp. red pepper flakes.
    >>>
    >>> You simmer it until the berries burst then a bit more to mix the
    >>> flesh with the liquids and let it reduce only a bit. It musn't be
    >>> glutinous at all. Chill in a clean jar overnight and serve.
    >>>

    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Thanks, I'm going to have to put this away for down the track when the
    >> cranberries overflow.
    >>

    > Cranberries freeze quite well. When they are plentiful at the stores of
    > the big box club, I buy a huge bag and freeze it. We are invited to have
    > a post-Christmas dinner at our neighbor's. She is making a turkey. I
    > offered to bring cranberry sauce. Her husband loves the cranberry sauce
    > I make. He uses it like preserves putting it on toast and biscuits.



    My new house has a plethora of berry bushes, and I've been told there's a
    ton of cranberries each year, so if you're willing to give up your private
    recipe, I'd love to have it :-)



    --
    Peter Lucas
    Brisbane
    Australia

    Skydiving: Where immortality is touched through danger,
    where life meets death on equal plane;
    where man is more than man, and existence both supreme and valueless at the
    same instant.

    --- Charles A. Lindbergh ---

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