How to use leftover cranberry sauce

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If Swedish meatballs and lingonberries work for Ikea, why wouldn’t cranberry sauce and turkey taste just as good? The idea of eating cranberry sauce at times besides Thanksgiving may make you scoff, and the thought of pairing berries with meat may seem like an outlandish concept. Often neglected at the
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5 ways to use your Thanksgiving leftovers

While Thanksgiving may be a wonderful, delicious holiday full of food, friends and family, the aftermath isn’t always so pretty. Oftentimes, we end up with way more leftovers than we know what to do with, and these leftovers often end up forgotten, moldy and eventually in the trash. Now, just
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Fruits and vegetables to buy this season

Contrary to popular belief, the average college student diet shouldn’t rely solely on frozen foods and booze. When you’ve decided it’s time to evolve from the nightly ramen splurges and drinking binges, step into the market and try buying these fruits and vegetables to expand your dietary horizons. This list
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Gingersnap cookie recipe

It’s not really a holiday celebration without cookies to munch on by the fire. You might be suffering instead of celebrating, but you can at least give your taste buds a party. These gingersnap cookies are soft and sweet enough to enjoy with a cold glass of milk. The hint
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Virgin sangria recipe

Do you ever want to enjoy a drink but don’t feel like having it with alcohol? Sangrias are delicious, but they don’t always have to be alcoholic in order to be good. This recipe is perfect to pair with sandwiches and other picnic foods, especially on Game Days. What you’ll need
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Game Day bagel sandwich recipe

What better picnic food to eat on Game Day than sandwiches? We’re all always on the go on Game Day, and in preparation for the Big Game this Saturday, you’ll definitely want something easy to make, eat and take with you for lunch. If you want to try something different and filling, spice
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Fall cocktails

Pomegranate cider One and a half ounces of pomegranate juice One part apple cider Pomegranate ginger cocktail Three parts ginger beer One part pomegranate juice One part rum Apple cider mimosa 3/4 full glass of champagne Top off with apple juice Rachel Feder is the blog editor. Contact Rachel Feder
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