The bright burgundy hue. The gelatinous cylindrical form. The sexy little can indents.
You know what Thanksgiving treat I speak of… The ever-popular Ocean-Spray cranberry “sauce.”
I believe strongly, that this belongs on every Turkey Day table – but that doesn’t mean there isn’t space for an alternative – to play along side.
A grown-up version perhaps. Like say, with tequila and jalapenos!
No room… No room!
Things I fill up on when engaged in game day festivities: beer, and cheese laden delights.
Rarely, if ever, do I have room for dessert. Until this.
Great food, like great moments in life, are such a tease, as they are darn near impossible to recreate.
Pumpkin sauce, grapes, arugula, onions and cheese all starred in the greatest pizza I’ve ever had, and I’ve been craving it ever since. Tommy’s Pizza in Gettysburg is the spot where this devilishly divine pizza was created, if you’re ever in the area, go, these guys will make it worth your while.
While I’ve not attempted to recreate it, I’ve been wanting to introduce that spicy little devil, arugula, to a nice homemade pie, so here she is.
Remember the days when Starbucks was a hotbed of activity- filled with the sounds of killer music and smelling of reasonably priced legal addictive stimulants? Yeah, I know it’s hard to think back about ten years, but those were the good old days!
Let’s call these delicious cranberry bliss bars an ode to my well-spent late teens and early twenties in NYC, or at least an ode to all the lattes I drank!