Snackshot of the Day: Cranberries
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Today's Snackshot was taken during the cooking marathon that is Thanksgiving. Cranberry sauce is a holiday staple, and arguably the simplest dish of the meal to make. Typically made with cranberries, water, sugar, and lemon or orange zest, all brought to a boil, a little bit on the side of your plate makes all the difference. It's the sweet that complements the savory of just about everything else on the table.
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