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Cranberry relish, so easy a kindergartener could make it

This cranberry relish is so easy, especially for a cook, like my daughter, embarking on her first turkey dinner.

Cranberry relish, so easy a kindergartener could make it

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Cranberry Orange Relish

Makes about 20 servings

 

1 12-ounce bag fresh cranberries

2 oranges, slice in quarters, with rind

2 apples, sliced in quarters, with skin, core removed

1 cup sugar, or less to taste

1. In food processor, combine and chop all the above ingredients, starting with 1/2 cup sugar, and adding more to taste. Process until the mixture is reduced to small chunks.

2. Refrigerate before serving.

- From Rosie Hymerling, kindergarten teacher of Timmy, Sally and Jonathan Vitez

Per serving: 55 calories, 0 grams protien, 14 grams carbohydrates, 12 grams sugar, o grams fat, 0 milligrams cholestral, 1 milligram sodium, 2 grams dietary fiber.

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Maureen Fitzgerald, Inquirer food editor, has been cooking for 30 years. Her blog started with her daughter, but has been continuing for the past year with school children, this spring with fifth graders at Henry Lawton Elementary in Philadelphia. The program has expanded to 10 schools, with 20 volunteers working with a total of 50 urban children. The program is partnering with the Vetri Foundation for Children and Brown’s Shop Rite is providing the food.

Reach My Daughter's at mfitzgerald@phillynews.com.

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