Eat– for Good Health

We’re hosting Thanksgiving, and as always, I want the table to make a big impression.  In the next few days I will be cleaning, reorganizing cupboards, ironing linens, and of course thawing our 20-pound turkey.  Wanting food to look pretty, I’m making an apple and cranberry mold instead of just opening cans (of whole and jelly) cranberry sauce and turning them out in bowls.   Here’s how I fill the mold– heat the cranberry sauce from the cans!  As it cools but before it solidifies again in the refrigerator, add diced apple.  Using tin foil dividers, one half will be whole and the other, jelly.  The fresh cranberries and mint leaves are garnishes.

Applesauce-Berry Gelatin Mold Recipe



4 thoughts on “Eat– for Good Health

  1. Kathleen Rowland

    Happy Thanksgiving, Reba and Mary Alice. I’m thrilled B. can make it. She’s 82 and was involved with a man a while back, but he moved on. She’s smart and fun, and the rest of our family will enjoy her company.

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