Another recipe from Grandma Hoffmann‘s recipe binder – this one written on the back of a ticket to the Van Buren School Carnival. Back when it cost 30 cents, apparently. This is the cranberry jelly that makes its appearance on the Thanksgiving table every year. The story I have heard is that both this version and canned cranberry had to be served when Mom, Jay, Paula, and Carla were little. Uncle Jay, in particular insisted on “the kind with the ring.” Now if only we had had this recipe close at hand for Thanksgiving 2012 – somehow that year we remembered things incorrectly and boiled at length. FYI – this results in a thick sticky glop. Grandma’s instructions, when followed, result in a much more successful end product.