Cranberry Sauce Out of Can

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    My family traditionally uses canned cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving, and the goal is to remove it from the can as intact as possible. My mom would have been so proud of me - it came out perfectly, ridges and all! Usually, I prefer organic/natural food products, but this is one thing that's better in all its processed, factory-extruded glory.

    Blogged:
    wired.com/wiredscience/2010/11/instant-thanksgiving-dinner/
    dcist.com/2010/11/about_tonight_604.php
    johnaldchaffinch.blogspot.com/2010/11/johnalds-fantastica...
    www.squidoo.com/cranberry-sauce-recipe-1

    deb kan't spell., marginfades, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Maryland Route 5 54 months ago | reply

      i love your cranberry still life, mr. t!

    2. Darth Theta [deleted] 54 months ago | reply

      amen!

    3. BWKP 54 months ago | reply

      I totally agree... cranberry sauce out of the can is my favourite part of Thanksgiving.

    4. krmall 42 months ago | reply

      So impressed!!! It's really hard to get all the ridges as perfect as this!! Ah, childhood memories :)

    5. quigley_brown (Jim Hamann) 41 months ago | reply

      A surprise to see this appear on DCist a year later???

    6. Mr.TinDC 41 months ago | reply

      It's a holiday classic! ;)

    7. stacyman 31 months ago | reply

      Hello Mr. T in DC,

      While your talent for getting the cranberry sauce out of the can perfectly intact is admirable, I'll have to respectfully disagree with your choice of processed vs. homemade in this instance.

      Last year I made homemade cranberry sauce for the first time and I don't plan on serving my family the canned stuff ever again.

      I used your photo on my newest Squidoo lens and linked it back to here.

      www.squidoo.com/cranberry-sauce-recipe-1

      Thanks,

      Stacy

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