Tuesday, November 18, 2008

TEMPT MY TUMMY TUESDAY















I KNOW! I KNOW!

I'm late AGAIN! But I have a good reason.

First off, I NEEDED to do my shopping for next week. I hate going out a day or 2 before the actual day. SO, I left this morning, worked out at the Y, ate breakfast, went over my list and Qs....started shopping at 11:15 a.m.....several hours and several hundred dollars later, I have my food for the rest of this week and all of next done AND I have 80% of my Christmas shopping done. :D


SO, my blogger friend, Lisa, hosts this blog carnival. It is really a lot of fun. So many recipes, tips and ideas. I hope you will come join us!

This recipe is not on my Thanksgiving menu. It usually is a "morning after" breakfast that I make. I don't know if you like them like I do, but I'm a:
HUGE FAN OF THE CRAN!!!!


CRANBERRIES AND BISCUITS

ingredients:

fresh cranberries
sugar (about 1/2-3/4 cup)
water
fresh, hot biscuits

directions:

sort through the cranberries (toss out the bruised or shriveled berries)
put berries into saucepan
add just enough water to come to top of berries
bring to a boil...they will begin to pop
when they start to pop, add sugar (to taste...cranberries are very tart)
reduce down to the thickness you desire

Some people like to strain these to keep the jelly-like sauce. I like the whole berry.

This is SOOOO yummy! Serve hot sauce over hot biscuits.
ENJOY!
I hope you will join me on Monday for "Making a Happy Home Monday!"

8 comments:

lana said...

Oh this looks easy... I love that and I love cranberries!

Lisa@BlessedwithGrace said...

Sounds good. I love the cran, too!

BlackTieOptional said...

sounds fun! i love cranberries- we have bogs all around us!

tollesons4him said...

Not a fan of cranberries or cranberry sauce I think that is probably the only thing at Thanksgiving I don't eat!

LRFK said...

I will have to try it. Sounds good!

Lisa said...

Pass the biscuits!

Jen Sue Wild said...

Oh that looks so yummy.
Thanks for stoping by my blog..

Jamey said...

wow this is wonderful, better late than never!