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In her 1796 cookbook, American Cookery, Amelia Simmons recommends serving turkey or other fowl "with boiled onions and cranberry-sauce, mangoes, pickles or celery." Not long after, (give or take 180+ years), Susan Stamberg began sharing her mother in law's cranberry relish recipe on NPR. Library of Congress hide caption

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Susan Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Tradition

When turkey met cranberries — a dinner date from the 1700s

Turkey and cranberries were linked in print for the first time in a 1796 cookbook. Not long after, (give or take 180+ years), Susan Stamberg began sharing her family's cranberry relish recipe on NPR.

Barbra Streisand in 1963, one year after the recording of her performance at The Bon Soir. WWD/Penske Media via Getty Images hide caption

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Barbra Streisand remembers the first time she 'felt the warmth of a spotlight'

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Imran Khan in his residence in Lahore, Pakistan on Tuesday. Saad Sarfraz Sheikh for NPR hide caption

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Recovering from bullet wounds, Pakistan's Imran Khan talks of new waves of protest

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In her 1796 cookbook, American Cookery, Amelia Simmons recommends serving turkey or other fowl "with boiled onions and cranberry-sauce, mangoes, pickles or celery." Not long after, (give or take 180+ years), Susan Stamberg began sharing her mother in law's cranberry relish recipe on NPR. Library of Congress hide caption

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When turkey met cranberries — a dinner date from the 1700s

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Twitter in San Francisco. The social media company has laid off thousands of workers and contractors, including many involved in determining whether material on the site broke the site's policies or violated U.S. or foreign laws. David Odisho/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter employees quit in droves after Elon Musk's ultimatum passes

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Founder and CEO of Theranos Elizabeth Holmes speaks at the Fortune Global Forum in San Francisco on Nov. 2, 2015. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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It's judgment day for Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes

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