Feast and Field heads to cranberry country for an up-close look at the picturesque marshes of central Wisconsin. We meet Rooted in Red’s Rochelle Biegel Hoffman, a fifth-generation cranberry farmer and educator, whose great-great-grandfather started the family business in 1900. We also offer a convincing argument why you should incorporate more cranberries into your diet.
With the annual harvest completed, fresh cranberries are popping up on family tables across the country. Need a go-to cranberry sauce recipe? We give you a step-by-step guide to perfect this must-have holiday dish.
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