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Cranberries' bright pop of color and tart flavor make them a beautiful focal point and complimentary companion to many seasonal favorites. In the fall, you can find then fresh at the grocery store. (They freeze well, too, right in the bag in which you bought them.) Here are several easy ways to incorporate these nutrient-packed little gems into your carte du jour:

Each of us has our favorite harbingers of fall, whether it's fallen leaves on the sidewalk, the return of the pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks, or weather that allows you to pull out your dark jeans, brown leather boots, and woolly sweaters. Fall also brings a change in what sounds good after a long day, so here are some suggestions for some easy hot toddies to keep you toasty this fall.

My husband, John, and I often have overnight guests at our home. Here's what I've learned:

There are some homemade items that just can't be beat. Jam, cookies, applesauce, and guacamole are a few items that come to mind, when I consider what is worth whipping up from scratch, compared to opening up a package. I'm not talking about saving money. I'm talking about the difference between an explosion of flavor compared to a vague suggestion of what something is supposed to taste like.

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