Load Your Freezer With Baked Goods — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

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Cranberry Orange Quickbread; Anne Burrell

Photo by: Tara Donne

Tara Donne

Quick breads freeze well; just wrap tightly in foil or freezer-wrap and freeze for up to three months. To thaw, let stand, wrapped, at room temperature for about 1½ hours. Serve on Thanksgiving, or the next morning for breakfast.

Try making: Anne's Cranberry Orange Quickbread (pictured above)

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