Sunday, November 04, 2012

Kitchen Queen Contest Entry #2 - LX's Traditional Cranberries

Kitchen Queen Contest Entry #2 - LX's Traditional Cranberries



TRADITIONAL CRANBERRIES

This is my signature dish for both Thanksgiving and Christmas as it is the perfect companion to turkey.

Ingredients:

1 can jellied cranberry sauce

Preparation:

Remove both ends of can.

Push product onto plate.

Slice.

Did I win yet?

35 comments:

  1. If I don't have a can opener can I bite the end open?

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  2. this may give lx the win she's been
    chasing all these many years.

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  3. Oh hell, something even I can't stuff up!

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  4. This looks ideal for "turkey on the run"...
    Now i just gotta catch me a turkey...

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    1. That will be up to a panel of your peers on Judgement Day.

      Mistress MJ washes her cranberry-stained hands of this whole affair.

      *slips on jellied eel whilst exiting and has to call Cranberry Hotline*

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    2. So, did The Mistress try my recipe for Canadian Thanksgiving perhaps?

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  6. You totally stole that recipe from my mom.

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    1. We lived in the same trailer park?

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  7. Can one substitute jellied eels? Jx

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    1. I suggest beets as a vegetarian option.

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  8. Is there an eight-hundred number in case I need any help or advice?

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  9. what size slices? I mean width.....I don't want to F it up at Thanksgiving!

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    1. Suggest a trial run before the holidays to avoid needless anxiety.

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  10. This is the best recipe of the contest so far.

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  11. BITCHES: All your cranberry-related questions can be answered here.

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  12. The main ingredient for a festive cranberry and vodka jelly. They claim drinking a glass of cranberry juice a day helps prevent cystitis. Well done LX for promoting health and general well-being.

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  13. Awh that brings tears to my eyes!

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  14. I think this would look rather well with my recipe...
    Six

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  15. P.S I am changing my name to Six, and wanted you to be the first to know. This decision has been in no way influenced by constant battles with predictive text.
    Sx

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    1. I guess that in this case you are lucky that it didn't predict an "e" Miss Scarlet...

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    2. I now feel humpy that it didn't....
      Sx

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    3. Should have been an "a" instead!

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  16. Having only had cranberries served in this format for the first two decades of my life, I was stunned to discover that cranberries are actually small berries and not some sort of large fruit suitable for slicing. This led to heavy drinking and drug use, and the rest is history.

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    1. I have never seen them in this format. I am saved! Jx

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    2. My grandmother always made them from the berries, so I was aware of that. Mother only ever served the jellied stuff, so it's really a family recipe!

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    3. I blame it on cranberries too,...

      Cranberries & Jonnie; I blame it on....

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      I don't even remember who the hell Jonnie is; so it is just the cranberries...

      Where's the beer?

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