¾ cup honey

¾ cup orange juice

2 (12-ounce) bag fresh cranberries

½ teaspoon kosher salt

¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper

Zest and segments of 2 oranges

Zest and segments of 2 limes

Zest and segments of 2 lemons


In a heavy bottom saucepan, combine orange juice, honey and bring to a boil. Once boiling add in the cranberries and cook for approx. 5 min on medium till berries have burst. Stirring often.Once cooking add in the seasoning, zest and the segments. Stir well and chill. Serve chilled.

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Segmenting Cirrus Fruit:
You can use this method to cut any citrus: oranges, limes, lemons, even grapefruits.
Slice a little off the stem and flower end- This gives you a stable cutting surface and will also make it easier to trim away the rest of the peel.Trim away the skin and pith - Start at the top and slice downwards following the curve of the fruit. Try to cut away all of the skin and the pith without also taking too much of the fruit. Cut into one of the segments - Use a paring knife over a bowl that is ready to catch the juices. Slip the knife between one of the segments and the connective membrane. Cut until you reach the middle of the orange, but don't cut through any of the membrane. Scoop out the segment - Use a scooping motion to turn the knife back on itself, hook under the bottom edge of the citrus segment, and pry it away. The side that is still attached to a membrane will peel away, leaving you with a perfect wedge. Repeat with all the other segments - Continue on with the next segment. Slide your knife between the membrane and the segment, and then pop the segment out. Squeeze out what juice is remaining to use with the segments.

Presented by: Knox Provisions

Date: 11/15/17