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Sara Foster, of Foster's Market in Durham and Chapel Hill, NC, makes two cranberry relishes: one with citrus for more traditional tastes, and the other with seven-pepper jelly for a spicy flavor.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2002



Cook's Notes

For best results, use fresh cranberries -- never frozen -- and the best oranges you can find. Presented with the individual tastes of guests in mind, cranberry relish served two ways can be a thoughtful addition to this year's Thanksgiving table.

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  • GPADad
    25 NOV, 2010
    Great recipe - had to look for it this morning. I add oranges to the entire batch. And I bypass the pepper jelly and add walnuts to half. Great as a loeftover.
  • betdavisis
    11 DEC, 2007
    GREAT! Everyone loved it even those who do not like cranberries.

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