Cooking Light (November 2015)
We all know the traditional story of the first Thanksgiving: The Pilgrims, battered by hardships in the New World, gathered together with their new friends, the proud and noble Native Americans, to share a feast of harvest bounty. They joined hands in spirit of kinship and surveyed the cornucopia laid out before them -- the roast turkey, the plentiful vegetables, the maize.
And then the Puritan Governor William Bradford turned to his newfound brother, Massasoit, the leader of the Wampanoag people, and was like, "You guys think this cranberry sauce could use some blueberries?"
Yes, this cranberry sauce from Cooking Light strives to answer that age-old question, a query that Americans have been pondering since all the way back in 1621: Do blueberries belong on the Thanksgiving table?
We're here to tell you: They don't.