I discovered the recipe over a year ago in a local newspaper. I made it all last fall and winter and forgot about it until just last weekend. What a treat to find the clipping and be inspired to make it again. I'm putting it here so I won't lose it again, and so you can try making it.
Fresh Cranberry Salsa (makes ~1 quart)
1 package fresh cranberries (washed and picked over)
2-4 stalks celery
1/2 red onion
1 jalapeno (seeded)
4 Tbs sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 Tbs lime juice
cilantro to taste
chop everything fine, or use food processor
Mix it all up. Done.
If you can wait 3-24 hrs for the flavors to meld, it will get even better, but I tend to gobble it up right away.
Notes and modifications:
This is only a little spicy, my kids like it.
I ran out of lime juice and used lemon juice - it was still pretty dang good.
Ditto on the red onion and substituting regular onion.
You can also halve the recipe, although I don't know why you'd want to. I'd just eat any extra with a spoon.