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Message Board > Miscellaneous > Apparently this stuff is sacred! ( Moderated by Deepika, EleanorSews, CynthiaSue)

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Apparently this stuff is sacred!
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Date: 11/24/11 0:36 AM

Cranberry sauce in a can is sacred.

I believe it. My husband demanded that I buy a can of this stuff. lol

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Date: 11/24/11 3:39 AM

Yes, I, too grew up on the canned stuff. There is a certain comfort in seeing those neat little grooves in the cranberry sauce as it sits in the serving bowl. I almost always make my own which is very simple but it looks quite different since I don't have the grooves in it. lol
I am enjoying your experiences in cooking your first Thanksgiving as they remind me so much of my own.
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Date: 11/24/11 7:31 AM

I've never tasted or seen home-made and never known anyone who made it. I wonder if it's a Southern thing. It's something that is opened once a year here.

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Date: 11/24/11 7:35 AM

it's a tradition lol

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Date: 11/24/11 9:10 AM


Last year I skipped the cranberry anything altogether.. Only one person here would eat any anyhow...then it sit in my fridge until I would throw it out.. Dogs won't even eat it.. So last year. no cranberry sauce or jelly.. Only one person complained.. and as it was not an animal I don't care. One spoonful of this is all I can handle.. lets just say Cranberry sauce is a victim of the economy here..

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Date: 11/24/11 9:37 AM

I make this beautiful cranberry chutney every year because it's such a good mix-in for turkey salad the next day, and my husband finally told me that he prefers the canned stuff for the aesthetics of the rings from the can. Sad...

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Date: 11/24/11 9:49 AM

Homemade in my house. It is incredibly easy to make and does not have the tinny taste of canned food.

Canadian Thanksgiving in in October, I make a batch then and freeze the left overs for Christmas.

I have never heard of anyone in my group of friends/aquantences preferring canned.

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Date: 11/24/11 9:53 AM

I make mine from scratch, but his heineness prefers the canned, and he and the kiddos fight over it. Ahh well more good stuff for me!

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Date: 11/24/11 9:56 AM

Home made here all the way. Leftovers after the rest of the turkey is gone go in my oatmeal for the next few mornings. Yum!

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Date: 11/24/11 10:00 AM

I have never seen the homemade stuff. but I don't care for the canned stuff though either. My family always had the canned stuff growing up. I'm not sure way as I don't think anyone really ate.

Oh well, if a 79 cent can of cranberry sauce makes my husband happy, I suppose I can do that much for him.

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Yards in: 22.75
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601.25 yards in stash (I'm sure this number is off by a few yards)
Yards in: 137.50 (Seriously? I'm over 100, and it's only JULY? Ugh!)
Yards out: 88.75

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