Thanksgiving dinner would not be complete without the customary cranberry. Add a spark to your holiday feast this year with a new recipe from our collection, which encompasses traditional and adventurous dishes.
Try a new kind of apple pie this year: This one contains the dried fruit, which offers deep flavor and a pleasant chew. Tart cranberries, cooked until just bursting, lend extra dimension, and the slightly crackly brown-sugar-and-oats topping complements an easy press-in crust.
Complement your holiday feast with tart-sweet cranberry sauces, relishes, and chutneys. Choose from recipes accented with dried cherries, oranges, figs, ginger, grapes, pineapple, pears, Cognac, or spices.
Thanksgiving just wouldn't be the same without cranberry sauce. This collection of our easiest recipes has a sauce, relish, chutney, or compote to please every palate, from the most basic and traditional to ones featuring bolder flavors such as ginger, pomegranate, and dried cherries.
In Season: Fresh cranberries are available from October through December. Some markets also carry frozen cranberries year-round. What to Look For: Look for bright-colored firm cranberries in the produce section. Avoid bags that have brown or shriveled berries at the bottom. How to Store: Store in the original packaging for up to two weeks in the refrigerator, or up to one year in the freezer. To prep, rinse and discard any discolored or soft berries; if frozen, there's no need to thaw before use.