Baking with Julia
I am so glad I picked up 3 bags of cranberries the first time I saw them at the store.
Ready, Set, Galette!
I wonder what I could substitute.
I bet cherries would be great with lime too!
I used raspberries.
I gave the cranberries a chance the last recipe. Im sorry but I will have to find a sub. this time.
Im thinking cherries too Emily Rose!
Strawberries and rhubarb (if you’re lucky enough to find any?)
Just made this last night – I doubled the lime juice and it was wonderful!! :D
I’m doing apple with a handful of cranberries.
I LOVE CRANBERRIES PEOPLE …. he he he
Can’t wait to taste this one. Thanks Jessica for the lime tip….
btw I also liked your little ditty “Ready, Set, Galette” pretty cute.
The cranberry/lime combo was tart, tart, tart, which we happened to love. Whipped cream was pretty much mandatory to cut the bite.
I think I am going to swap the apple and cranberry quantities so there are more apples. I like cranberries, but sometimes they can be too much!
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