It's time to get out my grandmother's chopping knife and bowl again. I use them twice a year, once at Passover for chopped liver, and again at Thanksgiving for cranberry orange relish. These tools are some of the few things left to me from my beloved Granny—aside from my love of knitting, of course—and I inevitably turn very nostalgic as I am using them.
The cranberry recipe gives a very aerobic workout. After half an hour of vigorous chopping, I have this:
It's just chopped cranberries, chopped whole oranges, and honey to taste. Then leave it in the refrigerator for a few days.
While in kitchen mode, I also put up a batch of refrigerator dough. Just AP flour, white whole wheat flour (from King Arthur), water, salt, & yeast. These will become dinner rolls next Thursday.
It looks like I'll have time for a few rows of knitting before lunch. So here's to you, Granny.