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Title: Christmas Spirit Categories: Liqueurs Yield: 3 cups 2 c Cranberries 2 Clementines or small oranges 2 c Granulated sugar 1 Stick cinnamon, 2 " 2 c Vodka Crush the cranberries evenly in a food processer or use a mortar and pestle. Peel the rind, being careful to avoid the bitter white pith. Squeeze the juice and add it and the rind to the cranberries in a large jar. Add the sugar, cinnamon stick, and vodka to the jar and seal securely. Shake the jar well to combine all ingredients. Store in a cool place for a month, shaking every few days. After a month, strain through a funnel and filter paper into pretty bottles. Last year I made cranberry sauce with the cranberries strained from the liqueur. ----

Christmas Spirit


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(posted October 3, 1995)


Title: Christmas Spirit
Categories: Liqueurs
Yield: 3 cups

2 c Cranberries
2 Clementines or small oranges
2 c
Granulated sugar
1 Stick
cinnamon, 2 "
2 c
Vodka

Crush the cranberries evenly in a food processer or use a mortar and
pestle. Peel the rind, being careful to avoid the bitter white pith.
Squeeze the juice and add it and the rind to the cranberries in a large
jar. Add the
sugar, cinnamon stick, and vodka to the jar and seal
securely. Shake the jar well to
combine all ingredients. Store in a cool
place for a month, shaking every few days.

After a month,
strain through a funnel and filter paper into pretty
bottles. Last year I made
cranberry sauce with the cranberries strained
from the
liqueur.

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