Ginger Cranberry Sauce, Cranberries — 8 Comments

  1. Katie,
    I also went on a cranberry hunt last week. Before Thanksgiving Costco had beautiful 3-pound bags at a super low price. I bought one. Then I bought a Vitamix and the Other found that smoothies taste SOOOOO much better with cranberries.
    Costco was, of course sold out so I had to go on a hunt. Finally I found them at Trader Joe’s. Mmmmmm, (green collard) smoothies. 🙂

  2. Hello Kate !
    I can help you
    airelles or brimbelles is French
    canneberges is Canadian
    and cranberries is …. is…. is…American !
    bye !

  3. Brassfrog, mine came in 7oz boxes for more than you want to know….
    Sylvette, thanks – it is confusing, but I’m happy with what I found – the bread is perfect!

  4. Your baking looks magnifique. We don’t run to cranberries in any form here in Australia unless you want frozen or tinned, all very expensive as it is a long trip from Wisconsin to here !!!

  5. Being 75 miles south of Wisconsin, there’s no search, here. But I think ginger will be the addition to my orange-cranberry recipe next time I make it. I’ve already had to adjust the recipe from the 16 oz package that was readily available when a friend from Massachusetts gave it to me over 30 years ago to the 12 oz package that seems standard today, so another tweak won’t hurt!

  6. it all looks good, but as partial as I am for custard, I would definetely try your cafoutis first. here in Sweden cranberries have just started to arrive (from Canada, too) and they are a new ingredient to me (we don’t grow them in Italy. How would you use the ginger cranberry sauce?

  7. Zoomie, I do this to myself every year… I do love them, tho LOL
    manningroad, neither would be the same… and in Wisconsin they’re dirt cheap….
    Karen, I use to buy 5 or 6 of those big bags…. Oranges…. I think instead of the apple juice next year – if I find cranberries again.
    My Italian Smorgasbord, I loved the clafoutis…. Too tart for our British neighbors, though. The cranberry sauce is just served with roast meats, game, etc…. Kind of like lingon berries….