November 22, 2009


Hi Sallie. I've never been a fan of cranberries but I love oyster dressing. No one else in the family likes it so on Thanskgiving I make just for me. Though on second thought I really do like cranberry juice. Oh well what can I say.Linda and I just watched "Notting Hill" movie from 1999 pretty good.

Hi Sallie - those craberries look delicious! And your sauce even better - good enough to eat. I think I watched a special once on the cranberries grown there. Yummy.

I grew up on the coast not far from Cranberry bogs, but have never had homemade cranberry sauce. We always just eat the canned kind. :) Your recipe looks great though!

I'm glad that you left your comment on my blog. I think a lot of people start blogs to record trips - pictures and things like that. The reward is that the people who read your blog get to learn all the interesting things you learned. I'm so glad you like my blog - it makes me feel good. And yes are right - Kelly is too busy now. Have a great Thanksgiving.

Oh - fresh bright cranberries! Delightful. Have a happy Thanksgiving.

nice "red" photos and great story

Thanks for the recipe, these days buying local is the way to go, to cut down on those food miles.

I love cranberries ;-)
Thanks for the recipe and happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Hugs and blessings,

You have a great Thanksgiving too!

Sallie, luv your photo of the cranberry sauce. Did you know that 60% of the nation's cranberries are grown in Wisconsin? In addition to cranberry sauce, I also make a lot of cranberry bread. And....I drink 1/4 cup of unsweetened cranberry juice in a glass of water every day. Happy Thanksgiving to you and all your loved ones.

I had no idea cranberries were local to Oregon. I wish I had known that. We are now in California so I'll see if my Oregon daughter can find some. Your picture makes me want to eat an entiure bowlful right now. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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