Thanksgiving Side of the Day: Guy's Red Devil Cranberries

By: Liz Gray
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Each day from now 'till Thanksgiving, we're sharing a new side dish. We've talked about everything from stuffing to mashers to scalloped sweet potatoes, but don't forget about turkey's favorite sidekick: cranberry sauce. Like macaroni without cheese or cookies sans milk, turkey just isn't the same without sweet-tart cranberry sauce on the side. Guy's bright whole-berry version gets a spicy kick from two kinds of hot peppers, and added flavor from orange juice. Your turkey -- and your tastebuds -- will never know what hit 'em.

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