Cranberries mean one thing-Thanksgiving is here!

ImageThis is one big pot of fresh cranberries we cooked up today right from the fields of the Fraser Valley. These tart bright red berries are a traditional accompaniment to Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners around the world. Our edible gardens Cranberry Balsamic Spread however, is unlike anything you have ever tasted before and unlike any other Cranberry condiment you have ever bought in a can or jar.

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Our edible gardens Cranberry Balsamic Spread is ultra fresh as we only make a limited quantity for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and our customers know to buy it when they see it. When its gone, it’s a long wait till next Holiday Season.  Plump full of fresh fruit, and simmered in a fine White Cranberry Balsamic, this little jar of Holiday Goodness, is perfect pared with cream cheese, goat cheese or chèvre, on a gourmet cracker for a quick holiday appetizer. For Thanksgiving and Christmas, you can’t beat the crisp fresh from the field tart cranberry flavor accompanying your perfectly cooked turkey, ham or spanakopita for all my vegan friends. Don’t forget livening up leftovers, too.  Spread some edible gardens Cranberry Balsamic Spread on a panini or flat bread and top with leftover turkey, a slice of Emmental Cheese (or another cheese you love)  sprinkle with pine nuts and toast under the broiler for just a few minutes.  Cut into appetizer squares and serve.

Our Cranberry Balsamic Spread is now available in select retail stores but don’t wait-because when its gone, its gone!

Have a great Thanksgiving Weekend!

Spied this colourful array of Cauliflower in the Portland Farmer’s Market last weekend – See more about our trip under Edible Cascadia.

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2 thoughts on “Cranberries mean one thing-Thanksgiving is here!

  1. I agree with Laura, your products are yummy and your ideas and recipes simply delicious and easy! Look forward to trying the new products!

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