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iOnLa Nov 16, 2011 09:53 AM

need a good source on Westside for fresh relish—whole berries, zingy citrus—for T'day.
I used to go to Whole Foods but it's getting harder to find there and last year's batch, bought the day before, tasted stale.
I only need a pint or so, so not looking for giant CostConian size.
TIA.

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  1. omotosando RE: iOnLa Nov 17, 2011 06:26 PM

    Bouchon Bakery is selling it. $16 - serves six. Last day to preorder is November 21st.

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    Bouchon
    235 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

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      iOnLa RE: omotosando Nov 18, 2011 08:52 AM

      great idea, thx. toying w/ the cheap Trader Joe version, which I've never had. Decisions, decisions....

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        GlenBlank RE: iOnLa Nov 19, 2011 07:45 PM

        I grew up with a mother who cooked everything from scratch, and made the perfect iconic American Thanksgiving feast. The fresh cranberry relish from TJ's is indistinguishable from what my mother made.

        Sure, I could make it myself, but why bother? The TJ's version is fine. Cranberries, oranges, and sugar - that's all. Just like it should be.

        (Be sure to get the one in the tub with the orange lid. The other one with the black lid is a cooked cranberry sauce - a good one, but not the same.)

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      tastytasty RE: iOnLa Nov 18, 2011 08:05 PM

      Doesn't answer your question, but as an fyi, it will take you less time to make than to driving to buy it (and especially for $16). Recipe is usually on back of cranberry bag and only takes 15 minutes or so to make

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        maudies5 RE: tastytasty Nov 18, 2011 08:09 PM

        The Larder at www.tavernla.com makes a delicious fresh cranberry relish. I had it last year and it was truly fantastic. I ordered double the amount this year. Also recommend the turkey gravy; none better.

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          iOnLa RE: maudies5 Nov 19, 2011 10:24 AM

          brilliant—kills 2 turkeys with one stone!

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          iOnLa RE: tastytasty Nov 19, 2011 10:21 AM

          I know but it's one thing (along with gravy) that I don't trust myself to do well, so would rather include in my Wednesday shopping wrangling.

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