I know there are a bunch of ways to enjoy leftovers after Thanksgiving!
We usually just heat up a plate of food that looks like a repeat of the
original dinner! But when it comes time for something light, like a
sandwich, we tried this. ... Turkey, Jarlsberg Cheese Dip,
and Cranberry Sauce on wheat bread. Yum.
The cranberries were also good with the jarlsberg dip and crackers!
Such a pretty looking snack and very tasty!
It would make a great holiday appetizer or hor dourves!
I got the cranberry sauce recipe from Susan Branch. Yes, the
Susan Branch. Do you visit her blog? You really should.
She and I are kindred spirits, I'm telling you. Today she posted about
hanging bird feeders outside her kitchen windows. She has a cat
named Jack that is very much like ours of the same name, in fact
that is where I got the idea to name ours!
Anyway, her recipe is so simple and wonderful.
I will be making it again!
1 package of fresh whole cranberries.
1 c sugar
Spread berries in a greased 9x13 pan.
Pour sugar over them. Do not stir.
Bake at 350 for 30 minutes, stirring part way
through to make sure sugar is dissolved.
That's it! Serve room temp.