We’ve been making this Thanksgiving cranberry sauce recipe in my family since I was a child. Back in the day, I called them “cranberries that go pop”, because some of the cranberries stay whole and pop in your jaws.
We did serious Thanksgiving food shopping today, much of it at the Ballard Farmers’ Market in Seattle. We’ll be posting make-ahead recipes all week, and featuring farms from around Washington State. This cute feller is from Skagit River Ranch in Sedro Wooley.