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Thursday, 10 November 2011

Cranberry Season

It's cranberry harvest time at the Logan farm where our bees pollinate the crop earlier in the season.
We bought lots of berries - some for sharing, most for the freezer.
While there, I picked up a recipe for Cranberry Marmalade which I had never tried before. The first batch turned out so well, I made a second.
These will make nice tuck-in gifts at Christmas.

3 comments:

  1. I love cranberries in any shape form or fashion...this looks so yummy! Care to share the recipe......

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  2. Doesn't that fruit look so nice - and the marmalade is such a beautiful colour! What other fruit is in the marmalade? I always think of marmalade as being made of citrus fruit - my last batch used grapefruit, oranges, lemons, and limons, a lemon/lime hybrid.

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  3. I love cranberry sauce, but I've never made it fresh. I have a great meatball recipe that uses the can stuff. But it just so happens my sister brought me some fresh cranberries from Nova Scotia this week. I wonder if they are from the same farm. I'm looking for a great recipe to use my 3 lb bag of cranberries. Gail M.

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