Every holiday season while growing up, my mother would always make a delicious cranberry bread. This was secretly one of my favorite items during the season and I couldn’t get enough of it.
Cranberries play an important role during the Christmas holiday food fest in America. Most people usually slice canned cylinder shaped versions of a cranberry puree to enjoy alongside the requisite bird and stuffing. I didn’t enjoy this sweet-sour concoction much. But I did appreciate the little sour bursts from this ‘winter’ berry – a sensation that was prevalent in the bread my mother made.
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