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pirateanimal t1_ixmekk4 wrote

Doggo has one eye one each one

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Sneaux96 t1_ixns4ue wrote

I see what you did there.

And there.

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NoBreeches t1_ixoq9db wrote

I more got the impression he was pretending not to look.

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JohnnyGFX t1_ixn92h6 wrote

I make my own cranberry sauce, but I mold it in cans. The nostalgic aspect to the shape appeals to me.

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epi_glowworm t1_ixoraag wrote

Any specific can shape? Like in re: to ridges.

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JohnnyGFX t1_ixou46x wrote

The one in the pic is pretty classic. Has to have some ridges, I think.

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epi_glowworm t1_ixoxn2n wrote

I like your style. I shall honor it by copying it for next Thanksgiving.

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Flyguy710 t1_ixnd70j wrote

My family refused to eat mashed up canned cranberry sauce... They prefer slices only. Need to be able to see the ribs of the can or else its no good.

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TheDiceMan2 t1_ixogkda wrote

oddly this seems to be a quirk that many people share. my aunt and cousins are the same way. if you ruin the perfect loaf, youโ€™re fucked

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surly_sasquatch t1_ixopfyr wrote

If you're going to mash it up, you might as well heat it up and serve it as an actual sauce. The chunks are not appealing.

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JellyfishMob t1_ixort7n wrote

Thatโ€™s exactly how I am about it. I will eat it mashed but the preferred form is cylindrical, with defined ridges!

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hedleyazg t1_ixpr3k6 wrote

Nothin' like a good slice of cranberry sauce log.

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Pokerhobo t1_ixndea7 wrote

I prefer the flavor, gelatin and smooth texture of the canned version

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dsellmusic t1_ixo2fg0 wrote

Iโ€™m the same way. My wife got so mad I preferred the van version over her home made one! ๐Ÿ˜‚

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Nutsnboldt t1_ixnxbmd wrote

Ocean Spray jellied in a can, no chunks is the greatest thing!

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LunaMercer17 t1_ixnm7fq wrote

Just love the garnish on the canned jellied Cranberry sauce.

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dudedisguisedasadude t1_ixo5b5h wrote

The plating of the canned one is all wrong. You gotta lay it horizontal and slice it along the ribs into slices and leave about half unsliced. Put the rosemary garnish in that half so it looks good and is easy to serve yourself a slice or two. Canned is usually better that most home made sauces I have had because the texture just can't really be replicated for me. Canned cranberry sauce with gravy and stuffing is peak Thanksgiving aside from the turkey AND ham.

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Warp-n-weft t1_ixn7r51 wrote

As the person in my family that has the deepest feels about cranberry sauce - I have considered setting jelly in a can so that the people who want grocery store jelly can have their nostalgic can shaped lump.

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---E t1_ixmeabr wrote

What is that monstrosity on the left?? (Not the cute dog, the thing that looks like a candle with a sprig of rosemary)

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BrewDawgs t1_ixmq770 wrote

Itโ€™s both terrible and delicious at the same time, rare culinary feat.

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Moepsii t1_ixpqn25 wrote

That's basically 99% of USA food thou. Don't see how it's rare

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Tphenis t1_ixo9v5u wrote

Cranberry sauce, a la Bart.

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ophaus t1_ixnzyxj wrote

I love them both!

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[deleted] t1_ixo8a5k wrote

I still don't know how that cranberry jello in a can ever became commonplace.

I love cranberries, but that stuff has the funkiest consistency and flavor that I can't get over.

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trusty20 t1_ixogtgd wrote

It's from an era that believed deeply that anything could and should be made into jello form, for every meal

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yeahsheskrusty t1_ixobl4u wrote

Dog โ€œthatโ€™s not a natural state for fruitโ€

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bodhiseppuku t1_ixpf1di wrote

Cranberry sauce is tasty... but I guess I'm low-class. I prefer the cranberry jelly from the can over the homemade chunky cranberry sauce with nuts.

Who else prefers the cheap, no-work version of cranberry sauce from a can?

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Slick37c t1_ixqak4p wrote

That'd be me for sure. I think it's nostalgia but I definitely really like it.

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Mk1Racer25 t1_ixpu73u wrote

Nothing quite says "white trash" like canned cranberry sauce. Extra points if you have green bean casserole made with canned green beans and cream of mushroom soup. And with those two, a bowl of Stovetop stuffing can't be far behind

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ritasuebarnett t1_ixomyn4 wrote

Cranberry is my favorite side, in all it's forms

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jaky_shadows t1_ixp2m8x wrote

So Iโ€™ve made my own cranberry sauce quite a few times.. whatever reason the ocean spray can stuff just hits different.

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Reasonable-Koala-488 t1_ixpo0l5 wrote

Gimme the one on the left!!! Seriously! I hate homemade cranberry sauce.

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Tribalbob t1_ixprkpn wrote

Making cranberry sauce is so stupidly easy, I don't understand why people don't do it. So much better than canned.

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mechy84 t1_ixq49gi wrote

Homemade is great. I love popping the cranberries while they cook... so satisfying

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ACrask t1_ixq5b8e wrote

Can shaped is my go-to

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karmicrelease t1_ixqhoir wrote

I want to see the real cranberry sauce. No, the real cranberry sauce. Perfection.

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Sun_Beams t1_ixmml4s wrote

I was trying to work out why this had two tags instead of one. Even if it's from a can, heating it up and serving it would be [Homemade].

I'll leave this up for now as I get what you're trying to do here.

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Muted_Warthog_942 t1_ixmr8s2 wrote

This feels targeted since i just saw a meme of a jiggling cranberry sauce with the caption: "Americans: make fun of British cuisine Also americans: "

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HortoBurns t1_ixnlhkc wrote

Just realized your dog is in all your posts..pretty hilarious. I was like I know I've seen that dog before..then clicked on your page. Good stuff.

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AnaTheMuse t1_ixnouar wrote

Just been to the profile. Please feed this PoOr Dog ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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shit_year t1_ixnoei0 wrote

Don Vito, the doggo

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aknabi t1_ixnrhvy wrote

New cartoon character idea: Dubious Dog

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IneffectiveBlue t1_ixo0apg wrote

Why is there a sprig of rosemary in your canned cranberry sauce

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samyruna t1_ixocipj wrote

I think he also likes it very much and would like to taste a little of it ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿถ

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Schyluer t1_ixodx86 wrote

Iโ€™m sorry, all I see is a very sad doggo ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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T_Baggins777 t1_ixnj9ky wrote

That dogs face kills me every time ๐Ÿ˜‚

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SummitCO83 t1_ixmiskk wrote

And health code inspector doggo is making sure you are following proper food etiquette. ๐Ÿ˜‚

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Fallout9087 t1_ixo7pgk wrote

The garnish on the jellied with the ridges still showing, ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿณ๐ŸคŒ

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Iowa_Outlaw t1_ixopru8 wrote

That's my wifes dog...looks exactly the same...I can see it in it's eye's they are kindred....I hate that dog! It stares at me ALL the time wanting my food , It will NEVER get my food! It is MINE!

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sincinati t1_ixnrqa3 wrote

Give your dog a taste

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phred_666 t1_ixnnq3o wrote

FEED THE DOG ๐Ÿถ

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nimama3233 t1_ixmna1y wrote

OMG A DOG IN THE BACKGROUND SO ORIGINAL

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bb0yer t1_ixmoqb6 wrote

You should look at his post history

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nimama3233 t1_ixmpmwo wrote

JFC thatโ€™s obnoxious

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ParaponeraBread t1_ixmuh2k wrote

Lighten up buddy. Maybe the internet isnโ€™t the place for you today if someone always having their dog in the background of their photos is bothering you so much.

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lastweek_monday t1_ixndvjz wrote

Im kinda with him. Its pretty annoying seeing all the pet post. Mainly cus the pets usually want some of the food one could assume. Just not a fan of that type of karma attention.

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