Better with Berries
Put some pickled cranberries in your cocktail
WE LOVE THE brininess of olives or pickled pearl onions in our martinis and Gibsons, but home-pickled cranberries deliver the same salty kick plus a puckery tartness, satisfying crunch, and pretty crimson hue around the holidays. Though fresh cranberries take several days to tenderize and absorb flavor, defrosted frozen ones have slightly softer skins, which speeds up the pickling process. Get a batch started at least two days before you plan to serve.