A guest post from our customers the McDonald Family:
With Thanksgiving upon us this week already, no table is complete without some sort of cranberry sauce. A tradition on our Thanksgiving table has always been Cranberry Orange Sauce that my Grandma used to make. The recipe consists of just three ingredients: cranberries, oranges, and sugar to taste. For our table we used approximately two pints of cranberries, four oranges, and three tablespoons of sugar. In order to chop all the ingredients we still use my grandma’s old fashion meat grinder however a food processor would work just fine. The instructions are as simple as feeding the cranberries and oranges through the grinder (food processor). Once ground up add your sugar to taste. Allow the sauce to refrigerate at least over night in order to chill and for the flavors to really come out. (The longer it chills the better) This is sure to be a big hit at your table! Happy Thanksgiving!