Cranberries and Garlic

Here are three articles that feature two of my wintertime favorites: cranberries and garlic. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.
I have three articles to share this week that feature two of my wintertime favorites: cranberries and garlic. They include some family history, some reasons to eat both of these superfoods, and a couple of delicious recipes. You’ll find inspiration for your holiday table and potential items to add to your wish list or gift to your favorite chef.

Here are three articles that feature two of my wintertime favorites: cranberries and garlic. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.

Cranberries

In my article published this week by Fifth Season Fresh, you’ll find my family recipe for homemade cranberry sauce and how to quickly turn the leftovers into a flavorful salad dressing. Learn more about why I treat cranberry sauce like a side dish at Thanksgiving and get the complete recipe for Spinach Salad with Cranberry Sauce Dressing here.
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Here are three articles that feature two of my wintertime favorites: cranberries and garlic. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.

Garlic

Over at Clean Plates, I share my tips for preserving garlic whole, in the freezer, and of course pickled. I use all three techniques with each season’s harvest so that I can use garlic in numerous ways all winter. With proper curing, I can keep whole heads on hand to roast and turn into a pick-me-up winter soup. Learn more about preserving garlic and get the complete recipe for Immunity-Boosting Garlic Soup here.
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Here are three articles that feature two of my wintertime favorites: cranberries and garlic. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.

Garlic Presses

My latest for The Spruce Eats also focuses on garlic, this time on tools that quickly mince the cloves. I tested all seven presses in the roundup and share my pros and cons for each. As someone who typically reaches for a knife to mince garlic, I was surprised by how much I liked using some of these tools. If you keep a garlic press in your kitchen that you rarely use or struggle with, you might find an idea to add to your holiday wish list. Most are affordable enough and small enough to consider as a stocking stuffer for the chef in your house. Learn more about the year’s best garlic presses here.

Twice as Tasty

Here are three articles that feature two of my wintertime favorites: cranberries and garlic. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.Looking for more ways to use cranberries or garlic? Here are just a few of the recipes on the blog that use these superfoods; you can find more in the recipe index:

According to my mom, you should already be thinking about Christmas shopping. For the pickle lovers in your family, you may want to check out my books. Click here to order a personally signed, packaged, and shipped copy of The Complete Guide to Pickling directly from me. I also share tasty ways to use pickles in The Pickled Picnic, a digital collection in an easy-to-read PDF format; it’s only available here.

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