Cranberry Salsa – This fresh salsa is cranberry with some heat. It’s easy to make and doesn’t required any cooking, just a little food processing. An overnight stay in the fridge will allow the flavors to marry. You control how much snap it has—more jalapeno seeds and veins, more heat. Less jalapeno, less heat. It’s great on poultry or pork. Very distinctive, it’s the perfect fresh cranberry sauce to compliment roast turkey.
Pork Chops with Pineapple Salsa - This pork chop and pineapple dish has a double layer of flavor. The pork chops are marinated then cooked to infuse deep flavor through the meat. They’re served with a sassy salsa loaded with pineapple and spiked with lime juice. Spoon some salsa over the marinated chops and enjoy bursts of flavor in each bite.
Cranberry Walnut Chutney -This Cranberry Walnut Chutney is sweet with a little allspice. The chopped walnuts, almond extract and dried cranberries add chewy, nutty texture and taste. This is a crowd pleaser and an easy introduction for Thanksgiving diners that may not be familiar with chutney. It’s excellent with roast turkey.