Autumn Cran-Apple Jelly

I just posted a really great cranberry recipe that is delicious with any kind of meat or as a topping for ice cream! You can use either fresh cranberries bought at the store or ones that you pick yourself. Enjoy Fall!

Alaskan Foodie

Who doesn’t love a great autumn recipe that can be used any time of the year? I have a particular love of cranberries, both the store bought ones and the ones that I pick out in the wild of Alaska. I will let you in on a hint…the wild cranberries in Alaska, or red berries as the natives call them, are not actually true cranberries (more info). There are the high-bush cranberry variety and then there is the low-bush or lingonberry (shown below).

Low-bush cranberries are actually Lingonberries. They are somewhat mealy when first picked but taste like cranberries when cooked and after freezing. Low-bush cranberries are actually Lingonberries. They are somewhat mealy when first picked but taste like cranberries when cooked and after freezing.

Highbush Cranberry is not a true cranberry but has red juicy berries that are tart. Highbush Cranberry is not a true cranberry but has red juicy berries that are tart.

I came across this really great recipe last Fall when I got a good sale on store bought cranberries. I have since tried it with fresh cranberries that I…

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