Cranes on Your Plate

Dear Renard, the most gracious host, has published another one of my guest posts. Enjoy, Beautiful People!

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The stores are glutted with cranberries – Thanksgiving is coming, and if we believe Bridget Shirvell, one of the authors on https://www.marthastewart.com, cranberry sauce is the only one item on the traditional Thanksgiving menu that doesn’t vary from region to region and from culture to culture. Stuffing is highly questionable, so are pumpkins, and – gasp! – even the ubiquitous turkey. But humble cranberry, or kranbeere, named by Germans settlers because when flowered, it looked like the head of a crane, is always present, either as a sauce or as jelly, either on its sugared own or combined with other fruit or berries.


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  1. Great! At first i had thought you will offer a recipe for roasting one of these wonderful big birds. Lol Cranberries are always very welcome. Thank you, Dolly!

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    1. I don’t even think they are kosher, Michael! LOL
      Thank you for stopping by.

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      1. Lol – Sorry, i forgot. But otherwise we should really not eat all of our environment. 😉

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      2. I wholeheartedly agree with that, Michael! We have already done much damage to the environment.

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      3. So true, Dolly! I hope you had a great celebrations, and will have a beautiful weekend! Michael

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      4. We did, thank you, Michael. Abridged – just the two of us, but still very nice.
        You too, have a great weekend, dear friend.

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  2. Cranberries are one of my favorite parts of the Thanksgiving meal. This sounds like a really nice twist on the tradition.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Mimi! I’ve already caught my husband dipping into the jar, and it’s not even Thanksgiving yet!

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