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Old 02-12-2005, 04:41 PM   #1
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ISO Dried Cranberry recipes

I would like to do a bunch of baking with dried cranberries. I have a ton of them. Any thoughts?

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Old 02-12-2005, 04:53 PM   #2
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Dried Cranberries

Use them as decoration. Good for Christmas and Valentines Day. Add them after a soaking to any of your favorite chocolate recipes. I hope that helps. 8)
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Oooo! Favourite chocolate recipes? Do tell! How long do you soak them?
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I bet they would be good in brownies. :)

I like your name Maidrite. Where do you live? I ate at a Maidrite in Iowa once, but I have to admit that I didn't like them that much. Canteen in the Alley (in Ottumwa) was much better! ;)

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Try soaking them for an hour so they aren't crunchy any more! Later I will share Making Chocolate Covered Cherries for Jimmy Carter and Company! Have you ever tried chocolate rice with walnuts Yummy! 8)
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No Way theres no way

I lived in Iowa for a long while is that where you are from?
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No, I was born and raised in California and now live in South Carolina.

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Re: No Way theres no way

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I lived in Iowa.
Well hello and welcome to discuss cooking Maidrite!! I'm happy you found us. :) I can't wait to see some of you lovely recipes.
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A salad idea....one of my personal faves!!!

Beachcomber Salad (Serves 4):

1/2 lb Spring Mix Lettuce

12 oz Grilled Chicken Strips

12 oz Balsamic Vinegarette

3/4 c Bleu Cheese

1 Apple, cored, sliced into 8 pieces

1 c dried cranberries

Toss lettuce with Balsmic Vinegarette, distribute between 4 large salad bowls. Drizzle Bleu Cheese, evenly over all 4 salads, evenly distribute dried cranberries over salads, top salads with chicken, garnish each salad with 2 apple slices.

Enjoy!!!
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alix i just bumped up 2 recipes i had under chicken and turkey for you
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