I have a sweet little surprise waiting for my family tonight. Let’s say a little “Thanksgiving Preview”…
I present to you Julia Child’s cranberry sauce. I found this recipe over 25 years ago in an issue of Parade Magazine.
It has become a family favorite over the years.
Thanksgiving is always celebrated at my sister’s house every year with the three of us sisters contributing to the meal. My contribution is pies and cranberry sauce. One year I lost the recipe (that was before the Internet) and made a different one. By golly, there was almost a family revolution! Fortunately, my one sister did recover the written recipe and sent it to me with a hand-written note “DON’T LOSE THIS AGAIN!”
So here you have it….my sister calls it “Linda’s Famous Cranberries” but let’s give credit where credit’s due…
the recipe originated with one of my culinary heroes – Julia!
It’s THAT easy! Make it tonight and surprise your family…make it next week and surprise your family!
It’ll give them another reason to give “Thanks”!
On another note, you may have noticed I have a little facelift in a new logo design!
Love, love, love it!
It’s so me and I hope it reflects this blog – fun, light and creative in the kitchen!
Many thanks to Liz from Immix Studios who designed it. She’s so talented and love working with her!
What do you think? You like?
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