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The oatmeal, cranberry, coconut and apricot cookies used to come topped with a Hershey bar.
One such item will be the Sea Breeze cocktail, made with Pepsi's new Bubly Grapefruit flavored sparking water, cranberry juice and vodka.
The European Union on Friday published a 10-page retaliation plan with American products ranging from bourbon to cranberries, orange juice, steel, motorcycles and denim.
Lentils, cranberries, pistachios, and fresh herbs complete the dish.
Considerably more delicate than your average California GSM, the 2015 wine broods, showing bright red fruit flavors of cranberry, pomegranate and red currant, underscored by a quieter gamey side.
Aged more than a year in oak barrels, this lively wine offered blackberry, cranberry, green pepper, cola, chocolate, vanilla and herbs.
This would come from a new E.U. 25 percent tariff on the same, $3.4 billion amount of U.S. exports of products like cranberries, Harley Davidson motorcycles, blue jeans and bourbon.
First, the effects of a century’s worth of cranberry farming had to be confronted.
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Origin and Etymology of cranberry
First Known Use: 1647See Words from the same year
CRANBERRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cranberry for English Language Learners
: a small, dark red berry or the plant that produces it
: a dark red color
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