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    Getty Ebenezer Scrooge from Radio City Entertainment's "A Christmas Carol" creates and enjoys the "Scrooge Sandwich" (Turkey, Pastrami, Muenster Cheese, Deli Mustard, on Rye bread, with a side of Cranberry Sauce) at the Stage Door Deli in New York City. "A Christmas Carol" plays at the Theater at Madison Square Garden through December 29th, the "Scrooge Sandwich" is also available through the 29th at the Stage Door Deli. Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re running out of conversation starters for your family, friends or cat as you recover from turkey dinner, here’s one for you: Why are cranberry sauce labels upside-down? It’s a longtime mystery that popped up online again in 2021 when buyers noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce are flipped. The rounded edge, which for most cans is on the bottom, is on the top for cans of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce. Ocean Spray told CNN Business the labeling process is strategic and intentional. It makes preparation easier, according to the company spokesperson. If you were looking for cranberry sauce at your grocery store this Thanksgiving...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If you ever wondered why your can of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce has the label upside now, we’ve got the answer. The company says it puts the label on that way on purpose so grocers, and you, store the cans with the side you open facing down. READ MORE: Lincoln Road Restaurants Suing Miami Beach Over Outdoor Dining PermitsThe reason is simple. READ MORE: Holiday Shopping Frenzy In Full SwingOcean Spray says it causes the contents to settle and an air bubble to form at the top. MORE NEWS: Google Reveals Florida’s Favorite CasseroleThat way when you open it on the bottom of the label, you can slide a knife along the edge of the can on the inside to break the vacuum, allowing the cranberry sauce to slide out perfectly intact.
    (CNN) — Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we’re not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down? Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that’s typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. READ MORE: Keep Those Turkey Juices Out Of The Sink To Avoid A 'Fatberg,' DPW Officials SayAccording to Ocean Spray, that’s intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are “filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole,” an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can “swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out.” This process has been in use since the early 2000s. READ MORE: Man...
    Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce - and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down?Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans.According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience.The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can "swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."This process has been in use since the early 2000s.Adweek, which recently reported this important can caveat, noted that about 67 million cans are sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas.But like other Thanksgiving meal staples, canned...
    New York (CNN Business)Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down?Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. That creates an air bubble on the rounded side (a.k.a. the top) so customers can "can swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."This process has been in use since the early 2000s. Read MoreAdweek, which recently reported this important can caveat, noted that about 67 million cans are sold between Thanksgiving...
    If you’re looking for an amazing cranberry sauce to add to your repertoire, this blackberry cranberry sauce is vying for a spot on your Thanksgiving day lineup. "This cranberry sauce recipe is a delicious riff on the traditional with the addition of fresh blackberries, and a hint of vanilla," says Paige Thomason of the blog Studio Delicious, who loves the sweet and tangy condiment on roasted meats or turkey burgers.   Blackberry Cranberry Sauce from Paige Thomason of the blog Studio Delicious. (studiodelicious.com) LOUISIANA CHEF REVEALS BOURBON ROASTED CARROTS RECIPE FOR THANKSGIVING Blackberry Cranberry SauceMakes 6 servings Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes Ingredients: 2 cups Cranberries, fresh, rinsed ½  cup Water ¼  teaspoon salt ¾  cup Dark Brown Sugar ⅓  cup Blackberries, fresh 2 teaspoons Pure Vanilla Extract 1 Tablespoon Raspberry Vinegar Blackberry Cranberry Sauce from Paige Thomason of the blog Studio Delicious. (studiodelicious.com) CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER  Instructions: 1. Place the fresh cranberries in a medium saucepan with the water, salt and sugar on medium high heat 2....
    Cranberries are Thanksgiving’s favorite fruit! Not only are these delicious red beads sweet and sour treats, they have a multitude of health benefits. The cranberry has more antioxidants than other fruits and berries, has less sugar, and can improve intestinal health to boot! We’ve rounded up 15 of our favorite cranberry recipes from the Food Monster App perfect for Thanksgiving and beyond! Enjoy! 1. Cranberry Pecan Pie with Candied Pecans Source: Cranberry Pecan Pie with Candied Pecans Taavi Moore‘s Cranberry Pecan Pie with Candied Pecans combines sweetness, tartness and nuttiness into one amazing pie! 2. Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce  Source: Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman‘s Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce is perfect for topping literally any dish you can think of, the tangy sweet taste of the cranberries pairs perfectly with the classic sage and rosemary undertones of classic dinner dishes for a truly joyful holiday season. This year skip the over processed canned versions and make your own in five minutes while the rest of your meal bakes! 3. Healthy Chocolate Cranberry Cake  Source: Healthy Chocolate Cranberry Cake  Sarah and...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thanksgiving is closing in, and this week a new survey is showcasing what people rank as their least favorite sides. According to the survey, 27% of Americans give candied yams a big thumbs down. Green bean casserole was close behind, followed by cranberry sauce and sweet potato casserole. Beyond that, stuffing, salad, mashed potatoes and dinner rolls brought up the rear in terms of least favorite sides. The survey also found a stark divide when it comes to preferences on cranberry sauce, with 37% choosing homemade cranberry sauce against the 35% that prefer canned cranberry sauce.   More On WCCO.com: MN Weather: After An Inch Fell Saturday, More Snow Likely In Twin Cities On Monday Guthrie Audience Member’s Pre-Show Rant Delays Opening Night For ‘Christmas Carol’ Court To Hear $360K Child Support Case Against Tarvaris Jackson Estate Hennepin County Seeks Public’s Help Identifying Body Of Pregnant Woman
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Loving cranberries is difficult because, for most of the year, they are an absentee partner. The elusive cranberry, be it in jellied form or sauce, usually only makes an appearance at the table for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. In more recent years, we have been introduced to the “craisin,” but that just isn’t the same thing at all. Nor is that occasional foray into cranberry juice for bladder infections. By and large, cranberries, like stuffing, ought to be around more often. Not only do these two things — cranberries and stuffing — seem to only sneak out during the holidays, but they also pair splendidly. For many, they are the superstars of the holiday plate. Then, like the leaves of autumn, they seem to just disappear. But, some of us aren’t ready to say goodbye. While we could certainly spend some time reflecting on the glory of a good stuffing, today we’ll be crooning over the cranberry, and hopefully, we’ll discover some ways to keep them around a bit longer,...
    Check out our must-buy plant-based cookbooks! Learn more Everyone expects the same old things at the Thanksgiving: canned cranberry sauce, basic gravies and the like. However, your guests will be astounded when you serve up one of these amazing sauces from our bloggers! They’ve shared some incredible holiday recipes with us, and trust us, you need to see them! Here are a few tips and tricks selections that they shared on our Food Monster App to get you started on amazing Thanksgiving sauces! 1. Make Homemade Cranberry Sauce, Not Canned! Image Source: Festive Cranberry Sauce We have to start, of course, with the classic Thanksgiving sauce: cranberry sauce. This isn’t your standard canned cranberry, though. We’ve got some wonderful homemade cranberry sauces that will make you forget the canned stuff ever existed. Seriously, just look at this Festive Cranberry Sauce from Alenoosh Matakupan. Can’t you just picture that at the center of your holiday table? Logan Dunn also has a great tip for making your cranberry sauce amazing – sweeten it naturally, like in his Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce, which is perfectly...
    A MEAL fit for a Queen has been delivered to Buckingham Palace - based on Her Majesty's supposed burger preferences. Former Royal chef Darren McGrady recently revealed that our monarch is partial to a burger, but enjoys it without a bun - so it can be eaten with a knife and fork - served with cranberry sauce instead of red sauce. 3Fit for a Queen: The 'Ma'amburger' has been created based on the Queen's burger preferencesCredit: Caters 3The Queen's burger is delivered to Buckingham Palace by a butlerCredit: SWNS As a result, the ‘Ma’amburger’, created by Foodhub, features two beef patties, cranberry sauce and salad. Since Her Majesty can't just walk into a fast-food restaurant, the online takeaway service has even gone the extra mile by deliverying the burger to the Palace, butler and all. Served of course on a silver platter, decorated with gold flakes and pearls. The company reported earlier this year that the hotly debated gherkin landed inside Brit’s top ten burger toppings. While this caused a stir with picky pickle haters, the Queen's cranberry preference could...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rania Harris, of Rania’s Catering, is continuing her holiday-themed recipes this week! Cranberry Brie Pull Apart Bread Ingredients: 1 large boule 1 stick melted butter 2 teaspoons fresh thyme leaves 2 teaspoons freshly chopped rosemary Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste 1 – 8 ounce wheel Brie, cut into thin strips 1 – 15 ounce can whole-berry cranberry sauce Directions: Preheat oven to 350° and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Using a serrated knife, crosshatch boule, slicing every inch in both directions and making sure not to slice all the way through the bottom. In a small bowl, whisk together melted butter, thyme, and rosemary and season with salt and pepper. Brush boule with butter mixture, making sure to get inside crosshatches. Stuff each crosshatch with Brie and cranberry sauce and wrap bread completely in foil. Bake until cheese is melty and bread is warm and toasty, about 20 minutes. Let cool 5 minutes, then serve.
    NOW that Christmas is over for another year the massive clean up can begin, but if you’ve spilled food all over your favourite festive jumper fear not as help is at hand.  A cleaning expert has revealed how to get rid of common festive stains - including from on your sofa if you’ve been sat in front of the telly today eating leftovers.  2If you've spent the day cleaning up without luck - help is at hand Credit: Getty - Contributor Gravy Laundry expert Deyan Dimitrov, CEO of Laundryheap, told Fabulous that talcum powder is key to shifting a nasty stain - gravy.  Deyan said that often the sauce will leave a “greasy residue” which can make it hard to clean, so you need to start by wiping off an excess with a kitchen towel or dishcloth.  He said: “Then you’re going to need some talcum powder. Leave the talcum powder on the stain for around 15-20 minutes so the powder can absorb the grease.  “Then, take a clean damp cloth and hot soapy water and work the soapy mixture...
    Fact check: US COVID-19 deaths from Dec. 1-5 rival the toll from the Pearl Harbor attack Paris Agreement architect: 2021 will dawn with hope These Turkey & Stuffing Meatballs Best Of Thanksgiving, Totally Remixed Move over, Thanksgiving leftover sandwich. We’ve taken the best flavors of Thanksgiving—tart cranberries, savory stuffing, and moist turkey—combined them with boldly flavored ROLD GOLD® Recipe No.™ 5 Savory Butter Pretzels for extra buttery deliciousness and added texture, and turned the best of the holiday into an impressive little meatball. If you wanted to serve with gravy in addition to cranberry sauce, we wouldn’t tell anyone. © Hearst Owned This recipe for delish.com will forever crank your Thanksgiving up to unbeatable heights. Have you made these yet? Let us know how it went in the comments below! Yields: 30 servings Prep Time: 15 mins Total Time: 35 minsIngredients Cooking spray 1 1/2 c. ROLD GOLD® Recipe No.™ 5 Savory Butter Artificially Flavored Pretzel Twists, finely crushed 1 (6-oz.) box stuffing mix 1 c. whole milk 1 lb. ground turkey ...
    Thanksgiving has passed, but that’s no reason to stop eating cranberries. These pert and tart berries are a welcome addition and decorative garnish throughout the year, and especially brighten up a winter table during the frosty holiday season. Their bright ruby color practically screams celebration, livening up salads and sauces, desserts and cocktails, and their pucker-y tartness easily complements sweet and savory dishes. Need inspiration? While a good ol’ cranberry sauce is the go-to accompaniment to turkey, you can also add cranberries to chutneys, salsas and relishes. Blitz or cook them down with savory ingredients, such as peppers, onions, ginger and dried fruit to accompany red meat, game and pork. Blitz cranberries into marinades. Their astringent tartness will work wonders as a flavorful meat tenderizer. Add tart cranberries to fruity desserts, such as pies, crisps and cobblers. They pair well with apples, pears, quince and dried fruit. Their tartness will make the dessert pop, and nicely balance the sugar and sweetness of the fruit. This Cranberry Bourbon Citrus Smash incorporates puckery-tart cranberries three different ways.  (Courtesy Lynda Balslev)  Did anyone...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Families and restaurants around the Twin Cities are busy Thursday preparing Thanksgiving meals. But what if the stuffing or cranberry sauce was forgotten in the day-before shopping rush? No worries. Plenty of grocery stores are still open. Cub Foods, Hy-Vee, Whole Foods and other stores have locations open Thursday in the Twin Cities, although many will close in the afternoon in honor of the holiday. Be sure to check if the store closest to you is open before heading out. If you’re out shopping and need a caffeine jolt, major coffee chains like Starbucks, Caribou and Dunkin’ will have locations open. Again, it’s a good idea to call ahead to be sure the one nearest you is operating. And if the experimental Thanksgiving nutloaf turns out to be a bust, know that Postmates and Uber Eats will have drivers out Thursday night.
    THANKSGIVING DINNER -- Do you need to cook Thanksgiving dinner this year and don't know where to start? We have you covered. Just click the links below to find that perfect recipe that is sure to impress your family.How to Cook a Turkey -- Recipes and TipsHow to Cook a TurkeyHow to carve a turkey, plus a great stuffing recipeHow to brine a turkeySpatchcock and deep-frying: 7 delicious ways to cook your turkeyButter-Basted Herbed Turkey - RecipePitmaker's tips for the perfect Thanksgiving turkeyBistro Menil's Top Secret Turkey BrineTraditional Side Dishes3 easy-to-make Thanksgiving side dishesGREEN BEAN CASSEROLEGreen Bean Casserole recipeJonathan's The Rub Green Bean CasseroleSWEET POTATOES RECIPESMashed sweet potato with herb-roasted pecansSpiced Sweet Potato and CarrotsMASHED POTATOES RECIPESGrandma's Country Mashed Potatoes - RecipeHealthy Garlic-Sage Mashed Red Potatoes from My Smart ChefSTUFFING / DRESSINGOld-Fashioned Cornbread Dressing - RecipeThe great Thanksgiving debate: Is it dressing or stuffing?MORE:Healthy Cranberry Sauce - RecipeDeviled eggs recipeThanksgiving DessertsPUMPKIN PIE RECIPESHEALTHY HOLIDAY: Serve up a 'fully raw' pumpkin pie Tropical Pumpkin PieToffee Pumpkin PieEasy, No-Bake Pumpkin PiePumpkin Cheesecake Pie - RecipeAPPLE PIE RECIPESApple custard cinnamon streusel pieDan's Mom's...
    Insider asked Michelin-starred chefs to share their favorite Thanksgiving side dishes, along with tips to easily re-create them.  Chris Morgan, of Bammy's, told Insider that he loves throwing chopped clams and oysters into his stuffing.  Californios head chef Val Cantu steeps cranberries in orange juice and adds brown sugar and agave syrup to his homemade cranberry sauce.  "Top Chef" winner Joe Flamm bucks the classic dishes and always has ravioli at Thanksgiving dinner to honor his family tradition.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The holidays are almost here, which means it's nearly time for the best part of Thanksgiving dinner — the side dishes.  To help you finalize your menu, Insider asked Michelin-starred chefs to share the sides that they always whip up at home for Thanksgiving dinner — plus their tips and tricks so you can re-create them.  From classics like cranberry sauce and Brussels sprouts to original twists on ravioli and roasted potatoes, these dishes will definitely make your holiday feast one to remember.
    Loving cranberries is difficult because, for most of the year, they are an absentee partner. The elusive cranberry, be it in jellied form or sauce, usually only makes an appearance at the table for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. In more recent years, we have been introduced to the “craisin,” but that just isn’t the same thing at all. Nor is that occasional foray into cranberry juice for bladder infections. By and large, cranberries, like stuffing, ought to be around more often. Not only do these two things — cranberries and stuffing — seem to only sneak out during the holidays, but they also pair splendidly. For many, they are the superstars of the holiday plate. Then, like the leaves of autumn, they seem to just disappear. But, some of us aren’t ready to say goodbye. While we could certainly spend some time reflecting on the glory of a good stuffing, today we’ll be crooning over the cranberry, and hopefully, we’ll discover some ways to keep them around a bit longer, have them visit a bit more often, and potentially...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Rania Harris, of Rania’s Catering, continues to prep for Thanksgiving Dinner. Apple Cherry Waldorf Salad Ingredients: ¼ cup chopped toasted pecans ¼ cup chopped toasted walnuts ½ cup sour cream 2 tablespoons thinly sliced chives 3 tablespoons mayonnaise 1 tablespoon honey (or more to taste) 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice (or more to taste) Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 stalks celery, thinly sliced 3 Honey Crisp apples, cored and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1 cup green grapes, halved ½ – ¾ cup dried cherries Filling: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spread the pecans and walnuts on a rimmed baking sheet and bake until lightly toasted, about 6 minutes. Cool completely and roughly chop. Stir together the sour cream, chives, mayonnaise, honey, lemon juice, 1/2 teaspoon salt and pepper to taste in a large bowl. Add the celery, apples, grapes, dried cherries and nuts and toss to combine; season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve immediately. Serves: 6   Cranberry Sauce Ingredients: 1 pound fresh cranberries, washed and picked...
    Cranberries are Thanksgiving’s favorite fruit! Not only are these delicious red beads sweet and sour treats, they have a multitude of health benefits. The cranberry has more antioxidants than other fruits and berries, have lesser sugar, and can improve intestinal health to boot! We’ve rounded up 15 of our favorite cranberry recipes from the Food Monster App perfect for Thanksgiving and beyond! Enjoy! 1. Cranberry Pecan Pie with Candied Pecans Source: Cranberry Pecan Pie with Candied Pecans Taavi Moore‘s Cranberry Pecan Pie with Candied Pecans combines sweetness, tartness and nuttiness into one amazing pie! 2. Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce  Source: Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce Logan Dunn & Lexus Osman‘s Date Sweetened Cranberry Sauce is perfect for topping literally any dish you can think of, the tangy sweet taste of the cranberries pairs perfectly with the classic sage and rosemary undertones of classic dinner dishes for a truly joyful holiday season. This year skip the over processed canned versions and make your own in five minutes while the rest of your meal bakes! 3. Healthy Chocolate Cranberry Cake  Source: Healthy Chocolate Cranberry Cake  ...
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter. If you live in Texas or know someone who does, look twice—or have them look twice—before reaching for that jar of peanut butter or can of soup, cranberries, or ground coffee. And definitely that tin of Spam, container of salt, and jar of mayo. A San Antonio artist has been sneaking around to supermarkets and relabeling canned food in an act of creative consumer disobedience. Jars and containers are popping up on shelves with parody labels bearing call-to-action political messages, and the labels are virtually indistinguishable from the originals. You’d be forgiven for mistaking them until you get home, when your astute, label-reading housemate makes the fool of you. A few more: pic.twitter.com/jhULlU7Avh — Alex Zielinski (@alex_zee) September 11, 2020 “One of my San Antonio friends has been using his graphic design skillz to re-label grocery store cans with facts about local/national police issues,” tweeted the artist’s friend, who hasn’t named the artist, but the friend, with permission, has made the...
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