Cranberries are not only a symbol of the holiday season—they’re tasty, too. These delicious little bites combine the tart juiciness of fresh cranberries with sweet jam, creamy brie, and salty crackers. They’re colorful, classy, and oh-so-easy to whip up. Check out how to make them after the jump.
We invited our friends from Modern Farmer to our first-annual Friendsgiving. Modern Farmer’s community relations director, Sarah, took two classic #Thanksgiving dishes, cranberries and sweet potato casserole, and brought them together in this delectable #FDFriendsgiving mashup. Check out the recipe after the jump!
Our friends from @NYC provided this delicious recipe for our first-annual Friendsgiving. Check out the recipe after the jump!
Feeling crafty? We have a fun and easy idea to help you create beautiful seasonal place settings for your Thanksgiving table. Get the kids involved with this fresh take on table settings, and you’ll have one thing crossed off your holiday to-do list:
-Make the table fancy in no time flat.
Done! Instructions after the jump!
Thanksgiving is one of the biggest food holidays of the year. We took stats from 2013 based on our customers’ Turkey Day purchases to see how everything stacked up. Check out all of your fun facts after the jump!
No bucket? No problem. We used a large pumpkin to make an ice bucket for one of our favorite white wines, and it made us wonder how we didn’t think of it sooner. While it serves its primary purpose — to keep your wine cold — it also makes a fantastic Halloween or Thanksgiving centerpiece. You can even create a virgin version filled with soda cans for the kids table.
It’s always such a joy to join the merchant teams on their #freshadventures, where they meet amazing farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and producers. Just recently, I had the thrill of joining the produce team on their visit to Pine Barrens Native Fruits, a fifth-generation cranberry farm in southern New Jersey.
Brenda, the bog’s owner, and Tom, the bog’s right-hand-man, gave us an extensive tour of the farm, which has been in the family since the mid-1800s and was founded by Brenda’s husband’s Great-Aunt Lizzy White.
Is there anything better than a fridge full of leftovers? Turkey Day is fun and all, but a next-day sandwich — now that’s the stuff. As for the rest of your leftover fare, click through for tips from Chef Tina Bourbeau on how to use ’em up (as well as what we used to make this amazing sandwich).
Looking to add a fresh and fragrant touch to your Thanksgiving table? Our floral merchant, Saralyn, carved up a beautiful pumpkin and flower centerpiece, and wrote up tips on how to make your own at home. Don’t worry if it’s not perfect — the more rustic, the better. You could even devise a fun game (pin the feathers on the turkey, perhaps) for your guests to play; winner gets the centerpiece! Click through to find instructions from Saralyn.
Have you mastered the post-Thanksgiving wrap? It’s an essential (but easy) skill. Using some of our FreshDirect side shortcuts and fresh ingredients, you can wrap up a phenomenal leftover meal in no time. Click through for ingredients and steps.