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Thanksgiving food
Carol Wasik of Dover prepares cranberry chutney with crystalized ginger, dried apricots, oranges, onions, raisins, apple cider vinegar and thyme in her kitchen.
 A homemade chutney delivers sweet rewards  Cranberry chutney

A homemade chutney delivers sweet rewards

By Sarah Hearn
Globe Correspondent / November 21, 2005

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WELLESLEY -- Tart and sweet with a dazzling scarlet hue, cranberries add a touch of sugar to savory dishes and a pleasant tang to sweet ones. Cranberry chutney, which mixes both tastes, some vinegar, and spices, is a perfect vehicle for the tiny red fruits and especially good beside roast turkey. (Full article: 314 words)

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