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A new twist for an old tradition

November 26, 2012
Denise Simmons, Corporate Chef

I’ve written before about my family’s food traditions…they’ve been around longer than I have, and offer great comfort during the holidays.

One of the best traditions this time of year is the cranberry relish. It’s very simple-grind fresh, raw cranberries with a whole orange; add sugar & walnuts. That’s it-couldn’t be simpler, or more delicious. My folks usually make a giant batch at thanksgiving, and freeze it for use throughout the year.

This year, I took a couple bags home, and decided since cranberries are so good for me, I’d try some new ways to eat them. This morning for breakfast I mixed pink grapefruit sections, orange sections, cranberry relish & strawberry yogurt together, then added a little granola on top for crunch & whole grains. It was fantastic! One of the tastiest fruit/yogurt parfaits I’ve ever had.

I wonder how the relish would work in place of jelly on a bagel? Tomorrows breakfast adventure…

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