Pigeonholed into a can-molded, jellied sidekick to turkey, the true breadth of the cranberry's abilities are far reaching and delicious. Take a hanger steak for instance. It's rich, meaty, and sings in perfect harmony with the tart, acidic flavor of cranberries.
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While the steaks are cooking, in the bowl of a food processor combine the cranberries, honey, orange zest and juice, rosemary and ginger. Pulse the machine 15 to 20 times to coarsely chop and combine all of the ingredients. Season with salt and pepper. Reserve the cranberry sauce.