Eye Candy Friday October 6, 2006 Eye Candy Friday When life gives you cranberries, make cranberry sauce. So I did. And it was delicious. Have a great weekend! Related Posts Eye Candy Friday Jack drew this turkey for me the other night when they were over for dinner.… Eye Candy Friday Alas, the dahlias are indeed done. But! Thanks for a big birthday for one of… Eye Candy Friday I'm so fortunate to still be picking and sharing dahlias this late in October. Today… Share this:FacebookX This Post Has 30 Comments ooh pretty. i love the little yellow rogue cranberry My parents always left for FL in mid October thus we spent Thanksgiving with Kevin’s family. They don’t like real cranberries. They prefer that canned stuff–with all the ridges. YUCK!! An added thought–do you use all that sugar–or something else? Oh pretty! We love all things cranberry at our house but we’ve never had homemade cranberry sauce. I bet it was delicious! Lovelovelove cranberries, especially in whole berry sauce made at home. None of that canned stuff! One Thanksgiving, when I came home from college, my dad offered me a big bowl of homemade cranberry sauce. I eagerly dug in, scarfed down the whole bowl with great delight. My dad stared at me in amazement and my mother started laughing. “Ok, so what joke am I the butt of now?” I demanded. My mom said the joke’s on your father – he thought the cranberry sauce was way too tart for anyone. He thought he was getting payback for the April Fool’s cookies I made him. Hah! Beautiful little red berries. I’ll bet your cranberry sauce was yummy;-) Great photograph. Thanks for sharing. LOVE homemade cranberry sauce! Especially with a little orange peel in it. But I don’t go for walnuts in mine. My MIL loves the nuts in her sauce. Have a great weekend! Yummmmmmmmmm! My mouth is watering……………………………………………………………………. Cranberries are just so darn pretty!! Cranberries….mmmmmmmmm what a fab photo. yumm, makes me think it might be time to make some cranberry bread out here – I haven’t seen them for sale (yet) on the west coast.. Just in time for Canadian Thanksgiving on Monday!! Thanks, we will enjoy it with our turkey and dressing and sweet potatoes and buns and pumpkin pies!!! mmmmmmmmm Ooh, do you have a good source for cranberries? I’ve been trying to order genuine Massachusetts berries online but there are so many dead ends! Yum. Have a great weekend. They look almost liquid. *drool* They haven’t shown up in our stores yet, but we have a ton of recipes to make this year – liquer, sauce, cobbler with a gingerbread top, etc. I can’t wait! I love cramberries as much as I love rhubarb 🙂 Mmmmm… cranberries. That reminds me – it’s lunchtime. Salad with dried cranberries – yum! Love all the advantages of living here around all these cranberries.. Yummy! I’m sure your cranberry sauce came out delicous! I totally envy you living near cranberry bogs! How pretty! This is how bad I got it: All I can think is how pretty would that be in sock yarn? Looks lovely, btw, and I’m thinking your sauce was yummy! That’s a beautiful picture, thank you for posting it! Makes me feel not so surly about fall 🙂 Great cranberry macro! Makes me hungry. Mmmmmmm-cranberry sauce. I guess it’s that time of year isn’t it. Love the photo. Yummm,they freeze well too for fresh sauce thru the winter. Beautiful eye candy! I love, love, love cranberries! I’m in the mood for Thanksgiving! 🙂 Yum! Comments are closed.