This 2014 photo shows from left to right, Grown Right jellied cranberry sauce and Grown Right whole cranberry sauce in Concord, N.H. The classic technique of making homemade cranberry sauce involves nothing more than simmering the whole berries on the stovetop with a whole mess of sugar. AP file photo

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When it comes to Thanksgiving feasts, there seems to be two types of people; those who only serve cranberry sauce from a can or those who make their own.  What’s on your table?


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