A production of the Maine Public Broadcasting Network
Maine Recipe

Cranberry Relish

4 cups cranberries (one 12 ounce package)

2 large seedless oranges

1 ½ cups sugar

 

Place the cranberries in the bowl of a food processor. Cut the oranges into quarters (do not peel) and add to the cranberries. Pulse the food processor until the fruit is in fine pieces. Add the sugar. Store in the refrigerator for more than one week.

Anadama bread is a cornmeal and molasses based bread. There are several stories of its origin, the most popular being that a Maine farmer had a lazy wife named Anna who continually served him cornmeal mush and molasses. One day, the disgusted farmer grabbed the bowl of mush, added some flour and yeast and created a bread, all the while muttering under this breath, "Anna, damn her." Anadama bread is available in specialty food stores and small bakeries throughout Maine.

 

 

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