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Cranberry: Founded by the first settlers on the east coast of  the U.S.A. in 1620. Approximately the size of a blueberry, this deep garnet cherry colored colored fruit has medicinal qualities. Today it is mainly used in a coulis or sauce form as a side with oranges or pineapple for Thanksgiving turkey and Roasted Ham lunches, juice, in cocktails as a mixer, pies, tarts and treatments for sufferers of kidney infections and numerous stomach related ailments.
Spanish:  grosella
French:  airelle ( cranberry sauce: aux airelles ) 



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