Urban Alchemy

by bronxelf

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These are random moments in the life of an indecent designer and the city she loves.

To read my grudging babblings about design, click the button.

And can we really measure
If we think we're any better
than that skyline that goes on and on
forever, on and on...."

- Less Than Jake: Is This Thing On?

Everybody in this world wants the same damned thing-
just not at the same time.

-Chris Orbach: Jane

I could be condemned to hell for every sin but littering."

- Soul Coughing: Idiot Kings

I am a female, carbon based lifeform.
I am a New York City Native.
I am a Design Professional.
I take photographs.
I also sculpt, paint, create mosaics, and play with weapons.

And sometimes, I even dance about Architecture.

What I see, is what you get.

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The whole house smells like cranberries.

I have to wait for it to cool a bit before I add the nuts.
22nd Nov 2006, 13:14   | tags:,,

Dhamaka says:


22nd Nov 2006, 14:51

Viv says:


22nd Nov 2006, 19:17

Pamlin says:

What do you put in yours??

I *heart* cranberry everything...

25th Nov 2006, 04:01

bronxelf says:

1.5 cups water.
1/2 cup orange juice
2 cups sugar

Heat until the sugar has melted.

Add two bags of cranberries. simmer (covered, stirring occasionally) until the cranberries collapse. Add one large can of mandarin oranges (add the juice, too). Uncover and simmer til it becomes food.

Add crushed nuts after it's cooled down (walnuts or pecans.)

You can also add a little ginger if you like- that's lovely also.

25th Nov 2006, 05:22

Pamlin says:

ooooh! I'll have to try that next time!!!

26th Nov 2006, 13:28

bronxelf says:

Yeah, I was planning on making some tomorrow.

19th Nov 2007, 04:22

bronxelf says:

I was going to put the recipe up on food_snobbery and noshninjas afterwards, if you're looking for one.

19th Nov 2007, 04:29

bronxelf says:

Oh, that's easy enough. Here's the recipe from Deanie's, in NOLA.

I made it last year and will make it again this year too. I am not much of an oyster dressing person, as I prefer my oysters raw, but it went over quite well.

19th Nov 2007, 04:54