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Vodka-Infused Glitter Cranberry Sauce Will Make Your Holiday Meal Brilliantly Boozy

Marilisa Racco 27 Nov 2019

Let's be honest, food and booze are the best things about the holidays. They're always around in abundance and no one is really paying attention to how much is being consumed. Plus, they tend to be really fancy iterations of our daily food and booze (read: gussied up dinners and cocktails).

Now, you can take your turkey into glitzy and boozy territory with this glitter cranberry sauce that's infused with vodka.

Cranberry sauce typically gets a bad rap.

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I mean, when it comes out of the can in that gelatinous, cylindrical shape it's not exactly appetizing.

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Cranberries and cranberry sauce is actually a very old Thanksgiving tradition.

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It dates back to the harvest of 1621 that was celebrated between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe, and which is the origin of Thanksgiving. Although they probably didn't eat cranberry sauce, there's a very high likelihood that they did include cranberries in their meal because the Wampanoag tribe used cranberries for a variety of things including dye, medicine, and food.

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To put a really glitzy spin on your traditional meal, consider using vodka-infused glitter cranberry sauce.

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Infused with a twist of orange and a splash of vodka, this shiny cranberry sauce will turn your meal into a fancy feast.

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It's only available to ship in the European Union, but that doesn't have to deter you.

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Have a friend in Europe? Ship it to their house and have them ship it to you. That's what friends are for, after all.

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Or you can make your own.

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There are plenty of recipes online for making your own boozy cranberry sauce. Try this sophisticated-sounding Cosmopolitan Cranberry Sauce or this one.

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Whatever you do, please invite us over for a taste of your turkey and glamorous boozy cranberry sauce.

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Surely there's room for one more person at your holiday table.

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