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November 22, 2006 11:44 AM   Subscribe

To go along with all these turkey posts, Cranberries are good for you. And the people who sell them aren't your usual agribusiness(pdf). (As for that canned cranberry sauce... we've discussed it before.) And they've got a blog! Ooops... I mean bog. Hey, this ain't Pepsi Blue.
posted by wendell (16 comments total)

 
She sure is!
posted by and hosted from Uranus at 11:54 AM on November 22, 2006


Thank you, I guess, and hosted from Uranus. What a sense of history you have.
Will this end well, Wendell?
posted by Cranberry at 12:22 PM on November 22, 2006


they have a bog AND a live bog camera!!!
posted by otherwordlyglow at 12:30 PM on November 22, 2006


this WILL wendell!
posted by Mick at 12:40 PM on November 22, 2006


here're a coupla more...

Cranberry Growers Give Thanks as a New-World Food Catches On in Europe

Ocean Spray's Creative Juices

:P
posted by kliuless at 12:41 PM on November 22, 2006


I've been to the Ocean Spray factory tour in Henderson, NV. They have some neat machines and videos and such. Plus, free cranberry juice at the end of the tour!

Cranberries are a remarkably likable food.
posted by vorfeed at 1:03 PM on November 22, 2006


Hi, Monkey! just because I can.
posted by Fezboy! at 1:04 PM on November 22, 2006


Fezboy, I was about to post the same recipe; here is the story behind it.
posted by TedW at 1:06 PM on November 22, 2006


By the way, I actually brought some of Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish to my family's thanksgiving dinner a fe years back. I kinda liked it, but the rest of the family was glad I made the more traditional cranberry sauce as well.
posted by TedW at 1:11 PM on November 22, 2006


I dig the Stamberg relish, but I really like the tang of horseradish, which is a non-starter for many folks.
posted by Fezboy! at 1:16 PM on November 22, 2006



Cranberry Bog County Park on Long Island, NY is a great nature walk. No pictures on that link, so here's some slow-loading ones.
posted by StickyCarpet at 1:31 PM on November 22, 2006


Cranberry farmer's heirs donate $2 million to UBC to study pulmonary fibrosis and cranberries (not necessarily together).
posted by porpoise at 2:11 PM on November 22, 2006


I've been to Ocean Spray in Plymouth - they have a nice little museum. On a sunny fall day, a wet cranberry harvest can be a truly stunning sight. When my sister said she was going to take me to see one, I thought ho-hum, cranberries, there goes a good Saturday ... but we rounded a bend in the road and I couldn't believe how gorgeous the sight before me was. Plus, it's a pretty interesting process to watch. Here's a decent flickr gallery of a harvest.
posted by madamjujujive at 2:52 PM on November 22, 2006


I will never forgive Ocean Spray for buying Northland, whose juice was the only brand without CORN SYRUP in it. I can't drink Ocean Spay juices - they're just cranberry-tinged sugar water, er, corn syrup water...
posted by twsf at 5:40 PM on November 22, 2006


can we retire the deeply unfunny Pepsi Blue joke yet?

Ok, maybe I'm just grumpy 'cause I don't know where to find turkey, cranberry sauce, pie, or stuffing in my city :-/

posted by trinarian at 12:48 AM on November 23, 2006


I don't like them. The lead singer yodels too much.
posted by Gungho at 6:18 AM on November 24, 2006


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