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how to make a MAPLE BALSAMIC CRANBERRY SAUCE (OR JAM)

Cranberry sauce is an obligatory item on the Thanksgiving table. I don’t love it but it has a place on the thanksgiving leftover sandwich and i think it is more suitable on your cheese board. So this is a maple balsamic cranberry sauce that can also become a jam. For more sauce like texture, just adjust with water. To make more of a jam suitable for a cheese board, cook it down like I did. Just watch the full video. Get the recipe in my Holiday Plan of Attack.


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Hi @brennan+notanothercookingshow. Thanks so much for your "kind" words and insight on metrics and competent professionals. I have reviewed your complaint and everything seems to be linking correctly without issues. I'm so sorry for your frustration please try this direct link https://www.notanothercookingshow.tv/purchase-plan-of-attack


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I would love to purchase your 'Plan of Attack' but whoever built your site is so bad at their job that there is literally no way for me to affect purchase. It just keeps sending me back to the page asking me to purchase it. No price, no checkout process... nothing. You are probably losing a lot of sales because of such poor user experience. You should get better help on managing your site and content. (Competent professionals would have even had metrics so they could tell you how many failed attempts or even views that didn't generate purchases there were.) I imagine lots of users are giving up... like I did.

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