Susan Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Tradition Every year since 1971, NPR's Susan Stamberg has managed to sneak on the air her mother-in-law's recipe for cranberry relish. She's sprinkled it into dialogue from movies, tricked celebrities into reading it and even had it put to music. The Thanksgiving tradition continues.

Thanksgiving Menu: Football, Cranberry Relish

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Holiday Manners: Don't Refuse the Cranberry Relish

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Pure Chocolate Recipes for the Holidays

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Sid Caesar: Still Funny After All These Years

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