10 Recipes for Cranberry Day

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According to the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers' Association, the pilgrims learned how to use cranberries from the Native Americans in 1620, immediately after arriving in America. A menu to celebrate perhaps the most American of fruits—one of only three native to the U.S. that are grown commercially, along with the blueberry and the Concord grape.

10 Recipes for Cranberry Day
Not only sauce but also salads, sides, and desserts.

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