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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Cranberry-Orange Chutney for Thanksgiving

Yummy !!!
 Cooler weather turns our interest to Fall, 
comfort food and Thanksgiving. 
I am ready for some of my fresh cranberry chutney. 

I got this recipe out of a Southern Living magazine in 1949 before we got married in 1950. (yes, married 66 years )

I worked at a "Five and Dime". 
How many of you remember those stores? 
There is one in Fredericksburg, Texas 
not far from where we live and I love to go there. 
Gotta love Dooley's     Dooley's 5 10 25 Store 
I see they have added 25¢

When the magazine salesman came to our store he would remove the outdated magazines; tear the covers off (to return for credit) and then throw the magazine away. 
Sometimes I would ask for them.
This is where I got this great recipe and others.  
 
 Cranberry-Orange Chutney

1 cup fresh orange sections
1/4 cup orange juice
4 cups cranberries
2 cups sugar
1 cup chopped, unpeeled apple
1/2 cup raisins
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
1 tablespoon vinegar
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Combine all ingredients in a large sauce pan and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat and simmer for five minutes or until berries begin to burst.
Chill until serving time. Yield: 5½ cups. 
Store in refrigerator.  Freezes well.

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So pretty !
 Tastes great on a left-over turkey sandwich.



Happy Fall y'all


Hope you will be visiting the twenty Texas bloggers in the 
Fall In Love with Texas Blog Tour  Oct. 3rd-7th.
I will be posting on Wednesday

Blessings,
Audrey Z.

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3 comments:

  1. OOO, I can't wait to make this for our Thanksgiving...it sounds so good and I think my Aunt Lillian made it...thanks for the recipe.
    Well, tomorrow is our day to post...I sure have enjoyed seeing others Fall tour..
    and looking forward to yours...I know it's gonna be so good...mine is more or less BITS n BOBS...

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  2. Yum. I remember five and dime stores. They were a huge treat to visit as a kid. Old magic.
    Joy

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  3. I grew up going to the five and dime store, McCrory's. I bought most of my presents there. My mother was always very patient with my little presents. Love your recipe and can't wait to make it! Pinned and shared

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