Mama Stamberg Relish facing the toughest critics: NPR Staffers

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Mama Stamberg Relish facing the toughest critics: NPR Staffers

Many Thanksgiving Day, my fiance took me to Allen town, pa., to be examined by his family. During our visit, my mother-in-law enjoyed the service, and I married her son.

Since then, I’ve Shared the recipe with NPR listeners before Thanksgiving. Now, hear support audience may feel shocked, because over the years, I am very sad about this secret – especially from NPR of my colleagues, many of whom had never want to try!

Foreign nationals in Afghanistan, cranberries are far from home.

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Foreign nationals in Afghanistan, cranberries are far from home.

So last year, when the chef at NPR’s internal canteen made a batch, I decided to call for redemption. I grabbed the microphone and headed downstairs. (to hear your reaction, click on the audio link above.)

Donors, NPR agency department of Tim Prestridge observe the salad bar in a lively Pepto Bismol – pink material, she observed: “I don’t know what it is, it looks like my grandmother made in Alabama jelly products”.

So, this isn’t jelly – this is not a normal, cranberry – sugar orange recipe.

Mother steinberg’s delight: cranberries, sugar, sour cream, Onions and… Waiting for it… Horseradish.

Mrs. Steinberg’s cranberry delicacy went to Washington.

Susan steinberg’s cranberry eating tradition.

Mrs. Steinberg’s food goes to Washington.

Our chef was a professional, so her batch was better than mine, but I still couldn’t convince my former producer Cindy Carpien. She said, “it’s disgusting. (ok, let’s make this the all-time favorite producer.)

Don Gonyea, the country’s political correspondent, has been elected to five presidential elections – so his stomach is particularly strong: “great,” he declared.

Chef Janis McLean said: “I’ve been hearing about this for years. “And I have to do that this year. How cool is that?

Is 2016 the year you will be doing it? Cherish the idea. I’ll leave you a recipe here:

Origin of recipes

As Susan Stamberg points out, her mother-in-law got the “New York times” newspaper clippings on Craig clyburn’s cranberry in 1959. Claiborne told Stamberg in 1993: “Susan, I am very happy that we have gained more miles, and you and I have gained more impressions from this secret than anything I have ever printed.

Mother Stamberg’s cranberry is a delight.

2 cups whole cranberry, wash.

1 little onion

3/4 cup sour cream

Half a cup of sugar

2 tablespoons horseradish from a can (red is milder than white)

Grind raspberries and Onions together. (I’m using an old-fashioned meat grinder, and I’m sure there’s a setup on the food processor that makes you rough – not mud.)

Add everything and mix.

Put in plastic containers and freeze.

In the morning of Thanksgiving morning, remove it from the refrigerator to the refrigerator. (it should have a little bit of ice.)

It will be thick, creamy and shocking pink. (okay, pepto-bismol pink.) It has a strong flavor, penetrating Turkey and gravy. The next day Turkey sandwiches and roast beef were also good.

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