Monday, November 24, 2008

fall is my favorite season

I am a simple girl.

You Will Need:

1 bag of cranberries
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
(that's it--seriously)

To Make:

Bring all the ingredients to a boil together in a large pot. Turn heat down to low and let bubble/simmer for about ten minutes--I don't let mine go for that long because I like my sauce pretty chunky and still loaded with lots of whole berries. Remove from the heat and let cool for a time, then transfer contents to a container and refrigerate until thoroughly "gelled". Serve cold and delicious.


Rachel S said...

And a full clove of garlic... I'm telling you, that picture is misleading. Save a little of this for me to eat on Monday, will you? I'm going to be famished after all of the hugging we are going to do.

fash said...

i'm having my first thanksgiving on thursday, because i have american flatmates. i'm so excited! so thank you, this is very helpful. have you got any other suggestion of what to make? i'd like to help somehow, with something authentically american.

sweeetheartfever said...

oh! i hope i'm not too late for you, fash. there's so many things i'd have loved to tell you to cook, but basically anything this woman says is pure gold:

this one, too:


but, seriously, everybody loves the one who brings dessert...and you can't get any more authentically thanksgiving than pumpkin pie. this is a killer recipe that i recommend trying even if it's NOT a holiday:

or go classic and simple:

phew. that's a lot of links, haha.

happy eating! i hope you have fun & tell me how it goes!

sweeetheartfever said...

also, rachel, you know how i love to be deceiving. it is just my favorite thing.

also: leftovers are still in my fridge. feel free! love love love you.