Scrumptious Cranberry Salsa!

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This is so good and so healthy and refreshing . . . my lovely neighbor Elaine shared this at a neighborhood emergency preparedness meeting and it was such a hit I took it over to my family’s Thanksgiving Dinner! It was a hit there too! It is easy to make and truly yummy — don’t let the cranberry and the salsa in the same title scare you!!! 🙂 Kim Power Stilson

My neighbor Elaine’s daughter Paige’s Cranberry Salsa

1 (12 oz.) pkg fresh cranberries

1 med jalapeno without the seeds

4-5 green onions

1-2 Tbsp fresh Cilantro

1/4 tsp Cumin

Dash of Garlic

3/4 cup of sugar

Put all ingredients (except sugar) in food processor. Process until mixture in coarsely chopped. Stir in Sugar. Store in fridge over night to allow flavors to blend. Spoon over a brick of cream cheese and server with crackers and tortilla chips.

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About Kim Power Stilson: TalkWorthy Talk Radio Show host on SiriusXM 143 weekdays at 3 pm Eastern, author of "Choose Surthrival! Are you ready to go from surviving to thriving with at 21st Century business?", digital media strategist for Power Strategies and writer for Puerto Vallarta Today magazine. Kim Power Stilson has helped position hundreds of people and their causes through e-media, PR, radio and TV. Hollywood celebrities, authors, United States Senators,corporations, non-profit organizations and home-based businesses alike have enjoyed success through the application of her strategies. A dual citizen, Kim divides her time between the United States, England & Ireland. Visit her at www.kimpowerstilson.com.

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