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A tale of two side dishes

Bogged down in the cranberry jelly or sauce debate? Try serving both.

Agatha Clancy’s sauce is made by simmering cranberries with orange juice and orange liqueur. Agatha Clancy’s sauce is made by simmering cranberries with orange juice and orange liqueur. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Andrea Pyenson
Globe Correspondent / November 24, 2010

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Thanksgiving diners usually form two camps. There’s the traditional gang, for whom everything on the table better be the same year after year or they can’t enjoy the meal. And then there are the more adventurous types, who are open to new tastes. In the last group, sweet potatoes with mini marshmallows have been replaced with garnet yam gratin; stuffing ... (Full article: 491 words)

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