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Cranberry and Orange Relish with Maple Syrup

Cranberry and Orange Relish with Maple Syrup

This recipe has only three ingredients and is quite simple to make. It is a wonderful accompaniment to the Thanksgiving table, or to any meat, fowl, or vegetarian entree. The relish is fresh and crunchy, tart and sweet. I like it right out of the bowl with a spoon. It is tasty on yogurt with granola, over ice cream, in a smoothie, on a bagel with cream cheese, and on sandwiches. Try it with sharp cheddar on pumpernickel for a great grilled cheese or on a veggie or turkey reuben with sauerkraut. Mix some into a vinaigrette or marinade. Cranberries are at their peak in November--so buy some now--they will keep in the fridge for about two months and can be frozen.

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Harvest Punch with Apple Cider

Harvest Punch with Apple Cider

You will want to make this recipe for your holiday gatherings! This punch has a rainbow of seasonal fruits in it--apple cider, orange, cranberry and pomegranate. It is delightful as is, and it becomes a libation when rum is added.

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Cranberry Nut Bars with Rosemary

Cranberry Nut Bars with Rosemary

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These are one of my favorite holiday bars. The flavors of rosemary, orange and cranberry work really well together. The bars are festive and seasonal with dried red cranberries and green flecks of rosemary, accented with a hint of orange zest. Everyone is always surprised and delighted at how tasty these are--be sure to make some to share over the holidays--pass the pleasure around.

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Pear and Cranberry Crumble with Orange-Scented Geranium Leaves

Pear and Cranberry Crumble with Orange-Scented Geranium Leaves

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Pears and cranberries are a favorite fall combination; both are delicious when complimented by the flavor of orange.

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Beautiful Breads from Bountiful Harvests

Beautiful Breads from Bountiful Harvests

There are more ways than you think to use the garden's produce. These harvest breads are so good, so attractive, and so good for you, that your main problem will be keeping up with the demand.

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