Fruit Salad with Cranberry Dressing.

first_img Tweet Recipe source: Better Homes and Gardens Share Share Directions:For dressing, in a medium saucepan combine cranberries and water. Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, covered, for 4 to 5 minutes or until berries just begin to pop. Remove saucepan from heat; stir in sugar and orange juice. When cool, press mixture through a sieve. Discard cranberry skins. Cover and chill the dressing about 2 hours or until thoroughly chilled. (The dressing will thicken slightly as it chills.)To serve, line 6 small bowls or plates with lettuce leaves. Arrange fruit on lettuce leaves. Drizzle with dressing.Makes 6 side-dish servings*Note: To prevent pears from darkening, brush cut edges with lemon juice. Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! Fruit Salad with Cranberry Dressing.This tropically flavored, tropically colored fruit salad gets a blast of tartness from fresh cranberries. Cranberries are almost crunchy, vividly red little fruits that are packed to the nines with healthy antioxidants.Try this recipe when cranberries are readily available in your grocery store in autumn, and serve this salad as part of a breakfast or brunch along with assorted quick breads. If bibb lettuce is unavailable, use Romaine, or even iceberg lettuce, but not smaller, softer greens, which will not hold up under the weight of the fruit and dressing.Ingredients:2 cups cranberries1/3 cup water1 cup sugar1/4 cup orange juiceBibb lettuce leaves2 large oranges, peeled and sectioned (2 cups)1/2 large pineapple, peeled, cored, sliced, and cut into wedges2 large ripe pears, cored and sliced into wedges* (2 cups)2 kiwifruit and/or golden kiwifruit, peeled and sliced lengthwise into wedges (1 cup) 32 Views   no discussions Food & DiningLifestyle Fruit Salad with Cranberry Dressing. by: – July 12, 2011last_img read more

WARREN’S SHOWTIME, BULLETPROOF ONE & STRADARI ALL PROMINENT IN WIDE OPEN FIELD OF 12 IN $200,000 GOLDEN STATE JUVENILE FILLIES FRIDAY AT SEVEN FURLONGS

first_imgWARREN’S SHOWTIME, BULLETPROOF ONE & STRADARI ALL PROMINENT IN WIDE OPEN FIELD OF 12 IN $200,000 GOLDEN STATE JUVENILE FILLIES FRIDAY AT SEVEN FURLONGS RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED HORSES ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 28, 2019)–Well accomplished stakes winners Warren’s Showtime and Bulletproof One, along with promising Golden Gate Fields maiden winner Stradari all figure prominently among a field of 12 two-year going seven furlongs in Friday’s $200,000 Golden State Juvenile Fillies at Santa Anita.For juvenile fillies bred or sired in California, the Golden State Juvenile is sponsored by the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association and is part of the lucrative Golden State Series.Warren’s Showtime, a daughter of red-hot California-based sire Clubhouse Ride, comes off an impressive win in the one mile turf Surfer Girl Stakes here on Oct. 6 and she’ll shorten up in distance and try dirt for the second time in her career.Bulletproof One, a lightning quick daughter of Idiot Proof, is a two-time stakes winner who will be trying two turns for the first time, while Stradari, a daughter of top California sire Square Eddie, comes off a four length romp in her 5 ½ furlong debut on synthetic Tapeta.WARREN’S SHOWTIMEOwner:  Benjamin & Sally WarrenTrainer:  Craig LewisA solid third in her only other main track race, a 5 ½ furlong Cal-bred maiden special weight four starts back at Del Mar July 17, Warren’s Showtime, who is out of Ben Warren’s Grade I winning Warren’s Veneda, broke her maiden in her next start, a one mile turf affair on Aug. 21.  Although she took the Surfer Girl at 35-1, there was nothing flukish about the way she did it and Lewis, who also conditioned the sire and dam, intended to run in Saturday’s seven furlong stake all along.BULLETPROOF ONEOwner:  Gary Barber, Cecil Barber & Eclipse ThoroughbredsTrainer:  Peter MillerOriginally owned and trained by Ellen Jackson, Bulletproof One is the most accomplished filly in the Golden State Juvenile Fillies, with a pair of stakes win and earnings of $159,400.  Most recently a troubled second, beaten a head in the five furlong turf Speakeasy Stakes here Oct. 6, she’ll be making her sixth overall start and fourth for Miller on Saturday.  Although she’ll be trying a route of ground for the first time, she handled the turf well in the Speakeasy and may never look back if she can shake loose heading to the far turn.STRADARIOwner:  Glen Road Racing LLC & HorseShare, LLCTrainer:  O.J. JaureguiOff at even money on Sept. 21 at Golden Gate, she dominated six rivals in a gate to wire romp that convinced her connections to take a shot on Saturday.  A $30,000 Fasig Tipton Santa Anita 2-year-old in Training Sale purchase this past summer, Stradari could prove bothersome to anyone with front-running intentions.  Bred in California by Reddam Racing, LLC, she’s out of the Ecclesiastic mare Lyla Della.THE $200,000 GOLDEN STATE JUVENILE FILLIES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 3 of 10 Approximate post time 11:30 a.m. PTHomehome–Mario Gutierrez–122Almost a Factor–Geovanni Franco–122Wicked Fresh–Joe Talamo–120Warren’s Showtime–Jorge Velez–124Stradari–Flavien Prat,–122Bella Renella–E. Rojas–122Mandy–P. Lopez–122Bulletproof One–Javier Castellano–124Cholula Lips–Rafael Bejarano–122Warm Summer–Irad Ortiz, Jr.–122Been Studying Her–Mike Smith–124Smiling Shirlee–Joel Rosario–122Special early first post time for a 10-race card on Breeders’ Cup Day One, this Friday, is at 10:30 a.m.  For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.last_img read more