Cincinnati Enquirer, 16 November, 1966

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Cincinnati Enquirer, 16 November, 1966 - or say I I of to great-grandmother. It of to as...
or say I I of to great-grandmother. It of to as in Red-mon recommenda- tion, I've baked several recently. recently. I like a recipe that is almost Identical to the one printed on the Ocean Spray package. It calls for orange juice and some grated orange rind. You know how well oranges and cranberries combine. The main difference In the recipes Is that mine calls for fewer cranberries and more chopped nuts. We love this with butter or cream cheese. CRANBERRY NUT BREAD 2 cups sifted flour 1 cup sugar lVa teaspoons baking powder powder Vi teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon salt cup orange Juice 1 tablespoon grated orange rind 1 egg, well beaten Vi cup oil 1 cup chopped nuts 1 cup raw cranberries, halved Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, soda and salt. Beat together orange Juice, grated rind, egg and oil. Stir this liquid Into dry ingredients, mixing Just enough to dampen. Careful- Careful- Turns To ly fold In chopped nuts and cranberries. Spoon batter into a well-greased well-greased well-greased 9 by 5 by 3 Inch loaf pan. Push batter Into corners of pan, leaving center center slightly hollowed. For well-rounded well-rounded well-rounded loaf, allow batter batter to stand In pan 20 minutes minutes before baking. . Bake In a preheated 350-degree 350-degree 350-degree oven about 1 hour, until crust Is well browned and wooden pick inserted comes out clean. Remove from pan. Cool. Store overnight overnight for easy slicing. Makes 1 loaf. I'VE FOUND this recipe for frozen cranberry fruit salad comes in handy this time of the year. It makes a lot to keep In the freezer. It's dandy for a crowd. Or use a little at a time. The ground cranberries make the salad a vivid pink. But centered on several kinds of greens with a white whipped cream dressing, the dazzling color does wonders wonders to brighten any number number of menus. Incidentally, I found that my blender will chop frozen cranberries finely for this salad If you don't have a grinder. But the cranberries have to be frozen. Unfrozen ones are too juicy. They stick to the sides of the blender before they get chopped up enough. 2 2 1 In

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer16 Nov 1966, WedPage 55

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)16 Nov 1966, WedPage 55
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