Holiday Treats Preserve – this preserve is also known as Cranberry, Pineapple and Pear Compote.
This is not your ordinary cranberry sauce. This has been a must-have preserve in our family for decades and it is enjoyed year around. This incredible blend of cranberry, pineapple and pear are perfectly balanced together with special cranberry molasses. The Holiday Treats Preserve is amazing with any poultry or pork (and don’t forget turkey dinners!). It is amazing in a chicken Panini, too. No other cranberry sauce will do. We use it all year around for all of our pork and poultry dishes.
It is spread onto slices of bread for turkey or chicken sandwiches or served alongside pork and ham feasts just as easily. It is a treat to be sure – “Holiday Treats Preserve“.
Here are just a few of the ways that you can use this delicious preserve:
- The almost famous “Wats-On Chicken Sandwich” in which a layer of the caramelized onion is crucial. The layers of this beautiful sandwich are as follows: caramelized onion, grilled chicken, provolone cheese, fresh basil leaves, tomato slices, garlic aïoli (or the Caramelized Onion Dip) on a buttered, toasted baguette. Serve with Holiday Treats Preserve. So, so good!
Urb’n’Spice Holiday Treats Preserve
Holiday Treats Preserve, also known as Cranberry, Pineapple and Pear Compote is a delicious preserve that you can use all year around.
For more information about Urb’n’Spice confitures, compotes and jellies, please contact me, Denise Paré-Watson at [email protected] For a list of available confitures, please contact me.
“Urb’n’Spice Tastings” – a pairing of confitures, chutneys and compotes with cheese and charcuterie, together with wine are available upon request for a small fee/person either in your home or mine.
Cooking and Baking Hands-On Classes are available in a group setting of 6 – 8 students or private lessons can also be arranged. These classes are held in my user-friendly and functional kitchen in the heart of Lower Mission in Kelowna, B.C.
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