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I can remember going to my great aunt’s house one year for Thanksgiving. She always made a wonderful spread… except for the cranberry salad.
That stuff had such a rough texture! There were carrots, nuts, cranberries, orange peels, and God only knows what else in that monstrosity. I always had to take a little bit of everything per my mother’s rules. I hid the cranberry salad under my turkey and I thought I could never eat a cranberry dish for Thanksgiving ever again, when I grow up.
Speed ahead about 20 years later and I came across such a wonderful cranberry recipe that I simply had to give it a try! While this is called cranberry salad, too, it’s really more of a dessert. This has all the good stuff squished together, and it has become my stand by and go back to recipe. A great way to end your Thanksgiving meal – or any meal, really! I can’t believe how much I enjoy this salad and it is a snap to make. You’ll want to make this yummy dessert year after year for the holidays!
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Quick Tip: Although the recipe calls for pecans, walnuts make a great nut to add to this salad, too.