Is Your Refrigerator Costing You Thousands Every Year?

How the Right Refrigerator Can Reduce Wasteful Food Spoilage

Your refrigerator could be a friend or foe in the kitchen, depending on the quality of food preservation it provides. Choose the right one, and you’ll cut back on wasteful food spoilage and needless trips to the grocery store.

Here’s how to cool down on the unnecessary surplus of food costs.

Spoiled Food Spoils Your Budget  

American families throw away about 25 percent of the food and beverages they buy. That’s up to $2,275 each year, wasted, for the average family of four. On a macro scale, that’s 40 percent of food (or $165 billion) in the United States, uneaten.

Fresh fruits and vegetables account for the largest waste, followed closely by dairy, and proteins like meat, poultry and fish. The primary causes of food spoilage are poor refrigeration storage, low interior visibility to see all contents available to eat, partially used ingredients and misjudged food needs.

The Cold Facts: How to Keep Food Fresh, Longer

Refrigeration has been a part of our culture for 125 years or more, and became essential in American kitchens before the end of World War II. However, most Americans today still are unaware of what it takes to keep foods safe in the fridge, nor how to prolong storage life.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics found that most consumers do not understand the consequences of storing foods at the wrong temperature. And, only 4 in 10 are aware that eating food stored higher than 40°F will increase the likelihood of foodborne illness.

Food preservation is a science of the proper storage environment. The key to how long food will last is directly related to the cooling performance of your refrigerator. Storing food at 40°F or below will delay bacterial growth and freezing below 32°F places bacteria in a dormant state, inhibiting growth.

Digital controls on Marvel Professional built-in refrigerators offer precise temperature stability within one degree or less.

Let’s take a look at one of the most delicate items to store: fruit. Refrigeration is proven to control the ripening process. For example, fruits that ripen on the plant need to be preserved after picking to delay deterioration. These include strawberries, grapes, cherries, apples, blueberries, raspberries, tangerines, oranges, limes and blackberries.

Most fruits that continue to ripen after harvest can be stored at room temperature until they reach peak ripeness, then placed in the refrigerator to preserve it and prevent early spoilage. These kinds of fruits are avocados, pears, plum and tomatoes. Cut fruit always requires refrigeration, as it exposes more of the fruit to microbes and bacterial contamination, accelerating the ripening process.  

Buyer Beware: Not All Refrigerators Cool the Same

Stay clear of refrigerators with fluctuating temperature swings and stratified cooling within the compartment. This kind of erratic cooling environment can release moisture, which leads to mold and microbe growth and inevitably premature spoilage.

And, setting the control to 40°F doesn’t necessarily mean the compartment is 40°F throughout. In competitive product testing conducted by Marvel Refrigeration, certain models from other brands were unable to maintain a consistent compartment temperature like Marvel products can. In some cases, the top shelf area was 12°F warmer than the bottom shelf, an unstable storage environment that is not ideal for perishables.

Considered a premium refrigeration option, Marvel’s line of full-size and undercounter refrigerators rapidly cool down food to preservation temperature and maintain an even temperature and stable environment. This minimizes the moisture evaporation that can lead to mold growth and degraded food quality. Some models include a moisture-control evaporator to remove excess humidity and ion air purifier to eliminate airborne bacteria, mold spores and odors.

Ion air purifiers, like this filterless one from Marvel Professional, remove airborne bacteria, mold spores and odors that can cause food to decay in your fridge.

Look for Models with Specialty Storage Bins for Specific Foods

Some full size refrigerator brands like Marvel Refrigeration offer dedicated storage such as dairy compartments, deli drawers for meats and cheeses and humidity-adjustable drawers for vegetables and fruit.

More than just a convenient feature, these specialized compartments are engineered to provide the ideal environment for specific food items, ultimately prolonging shelf life.

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This Marvel model offers 12 temperature settings to customize the food storage environment to the ideal temperature for serving and maintaining freshness.

The Importance of Good Lighting

Poor interior visibility is also a big factor in food spoilage. Simply by being able to see all your food options, you can prioritize the stored food you eat by its expiration date and expected shelf life.

We’ve all probably experienced this personally on more than one occasion, when leftovers are hiding in a dark corner and forgotten about until a horrific rotting smell alerts you of their presence. Well-distributed refrigeration lighting helps you determine what’s there and also what needs to be eaten sooner than later.

Consider models with well-dispersed bright white LED lighting that fill the interior with light from corner to corner, leaving no area overlooked.

Buying a New Refrigerator? Look For These Qualities.

When it comes time to replace your full size refrigerator, be sure to look at these factors to know you’re choosing a model that will preserve your food longer and prevent wasteful food loss from early spoilage.

  • Dynamic Cooling Technology or forced air cooling with precise temperature control
  • Specific compartments for dedicated food storage (dairy, meats and cheese, produce)
  • Ion air purifier
  • Bright LED lighting
  • ENERGY STAR® rating a plus, the indicator of energy-efficient performance

There are also plenty of undercounter options to expand your food preservation capabilities in the kitchen, like refrigerator drawers, beverage centers, all refrigerators, freezers and other built-in appliances that tuck in flush with your lower kitchen cabinets.

Invest in a top-performing refrigerator, and you’ll find it pays out in dividends over the years by reducing grocery bills and energy costs. After all, our parents were right: Food is meant to be eaten, not wasted. Especially when it hits our pocketbooks.

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Progress Through Experience: A Closer Look at the Early Years

The following is an excerpt from our archives and a historical look at our company before it became Marvel Refrigeration. This is the story of Ranney Refrigerator Company.

The Ranney Refrigerator Company, founded by Frederick E. Ranney, was originally incorporated and started in business in Greenville, Michigan, at its present location in 1892.  For over a half century the company has grown through knowledge and experience gained and imparted from father to sons…three generations of planning and producing better refrigerators.

Prior to 1930, the company was primarily engaged in the manufacture of ice refrigerators sold nationally through furniture and hardware outlets. However, both wood and metal cabinets were produced for several electric refrigerator manufacturers during that period.

During the 1930s, the company manufactured household electric refrigerators on contract, including such names as Westinghouse, Universal Cooler and Zenith. In addition, a line of “air-conditioned” ice refrigerators was marketed nationally through the ice industry with the company’s own sales force. These ice refrigerators bore the trade name “ECONOM-ICER”.

Pearl Harbor found the Ranney Refrigerator Company prepared and ready to serve in the National Defense…Designing and manufacturing accessories for 40 mm Bofors Automatic Cannon; accessories for 20 mm Oerliken Automatic Cannon; propelling charge retainers for 75 mm and 105 mm artillery ammunition; parts for parachute flares and various kinds of containers and parts for Army Ordnance and Naval Ordnance, the Quartermaster Corps and Signal Corps.

The company continued in this manner throughout the war, maintaining a fine defense production record; at one time producing over 30 different products, all on a subcontract basis, for over twenty different customers including such companies as General Motors Corporation, Hudson Motor Car Company, Liquid Carbonic Corporation, American Oerliken Gazda, Rex Manufacturing Company, Fruehauf Trailer Corporation, Chrysler Corporation and others.

When hostilities ended, normal “private label” electric refrigerator production was resumed under such brand names as COPELAND, WORTHINGTON, CO-OP, MONITOR, L & H, ALDENS, ARMAID, SUPRE-MACY, BELKNAP, GILSON and REMA.

Navel Ordnance Development Award

The Ranney Refrigerator Company was cited by the United States Navy with the “Naval Ordnance Development Award” for outstanding performance in connection with the research and development of the 20 mm Sight, Mark 5, Mod O, and the 20 mm Twin Gun Mount, Mark 24, Mod 5. This distinguished service citation was made possible through the fine spirit of cooperation and diligent effort on the part of all employees.

Company Facilities:
Engineering Department

The Ranney Refrigerator Company maintained a complete Engineering Department. This department designed, styled and engineered complete refrigerators to the customer specifications. In addition, this department operated a Product Development Laboratory for the development of new products through testing and analysis of experimental models. The facilities of the Engineering Department were available to customers requiring products other than refrigerators as were all the other company facilities.

Press Room

The Sheet Metal Department Press Room was well equipped to do light and medium stampings. Monorail steel handling equipment serviced the full Press Room width and expedited efficient line production from the steel storage bays through square and rotary shears direct to the bank of presses. Press Room facilities, in addition to standard metal working equipment, included a 175-ton capacity Thunder Bay Press, a 170-ton capacity Verson Press Brake, and specialized equipment including a Tishkin 14 Roll, Roll Forming Mill and a Struthers-Wells high speed Tangent Bender.

Associated with the Press Room, the company maintained a small Tool & Die Department to make small dies, jigs and fixtures and, for tool and tie maintenance.

Metal Fabrication and Finishing

The Metal Fabrication and Finishing Department was supplied from the Press Room and parts storage areas by both power and gravity conveyor systems. Department facilities included arc, gas and spot welding equipment. Skilled personnel operated traveling overhead gun welders, fixed pedestal welder stations, and specialized expansion gun welding fixtures for both line production and job lot application. This department also included complete facilities for metal finishing, grinding and buffing.

Paint Department

The Paint Department was laid out for hi-bake Dulux finishing. An overhead chain conveyor system carried parts through a six stage Bonderite treatment, dry off, prime spray, prime bake, finish spray and finish bake. The conveyor system then delivered finished parts to an inspection station at the head of the assembly lines.

Paint Department equipment included two 20′ DeVilbiss Spray Booths and both gas and oil fired Drying Ovens complete with all safety devices.


The entire second floor of the plant was devoted to assembly operations. Straight line production methods were utilized throughout with feeder lines both powered and gravity conveyed. The refrigerators move down motorized assembly lines through the specialized charging manifolds and on to the refrigerator constant temperature testing room. Here each refrigerator was individually tested for a minimum of three hours. From the constant temperature testing room, refrigerators were returned to the main production line for final assembly inspection and through the Packing Department for crating. Crated refrigerators were then conveyed to the warehouse storage areas.

The entire assembly line was easily adaptable to job requirements. Ample assembly floor area and flexibility of operation stations make possible a daily production of up to 400 complete units.

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In Memory of Bob the Beer Engineer

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our dear friend and respected colleague, Robert Turnbull, fondly known as Bob the Beer Engineer to us and his devoted readers.

The senior project engineer for Marvel, Bob poured a lifetime of experience into our undercounter product line and was significant in the development of Marvel’s award-winning beer dispensers and wine refrigerators.  He was also one helluva brew master and craft beer aficionado. It’s because of these talents that we started calling him Bob the Beer Engineer, a nickname that stuck.

A creative and inventive engineer, Bob could work his way to the top of any design challenge to create innovative appliances that we could all be proud of. And, he did it all with a sense of humor and a contagious laugh that could turn your day right side up. If you asked him how he was doing, you could bet his reply would be, “Living the dream!”

Deeply entrenched in his craft, Bob cared about his work—and the people. He enjoyed listening to customer “wish lists” to develop a demanded product beyond their expectations. And it was something he did very well. For 12 great years, we were fortunate to have his visionary thinking and practical expertise among our brain trust of engineers.

Bob once said:

Drinking good beer is done for many reasons.  Sometimes we drink to socialize with friends, sometimes to remember old friends, and sometimes just to remember.

Bob, we raise our beer glasses skyward in admiration of you and all the contributions you made to bring out the best in homes across America. Cheers to a friend that we shall drink with again in another place, in another time.

In honor of his legacy, let’s take a look back at the writings he shared with us.

4 Ways a Marvel Undercounter Refrigerator Helps Store Extra Food and Drinks

You might have been in this situation before: you return home with a carload of groceries for your upcoming party, and now you’re trying to stack everything into your kitchen refrigerator like a game of Tetris.  Are you left to decide what you’re going to leave out at room temperature?

Make hosting parties a breeze without stressing over where to store the extra food and drinks with the storage versatility of an undercounter refrigerator. Capable of storing a combination of extra-large food platters, wine bottles, 12-oz cans, 2-L bottles, 6-packs and more, Marvel offers plenty of solutions to keep your guests quenched and satiated.

Here are four clever ways to help you store more for home entertaining.

1. 3-in-1 Convertible Shelving

A removable glass pane reveals a bonus wine rack option, so you can adapt the shelving configuration to store food, beverages or wine. It works as a great “libation station” to provide plenty of drink choices for your guests. (Available on select models.)

2. Fully Adjustable Cantilevered Shelving

No need to cram or stack items (usually at the peril of the next person who opens the door). Cantilevered shelving allows you to raise or lower shelving to the height of the items you’re storing. Simply lift and remove and slide into the runner level you want.

3. Tall Item Storage

Never lay milk on its side ever again! Certain models provide a half-width interior shelf and extra door storage to accommodate for high-clearance vertical storage for 2-liter bottles, large milk jugs and other tall items.

4. MaxStore Bin

An elegant catch-all, the clear-view MaxStore bin helps you organize loose or bulky items, and it’s capable of storing as much as 15 pounds of fresh produce, four wine bottles or 22 cans!

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How to Clean Your Marvel Beer Dispenser

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Video Tutorial: How to Clean Your Marvel Beer Dispenser

Did you know it’s good practice to clean your beer dispenser regularly to prevent foul-tasting beer?  Watch the video as Bob the Beer Engineer demonstrates how to properly clean your Marvel Beer Dispenser with a Tap Cleaning Kit, or follow the step-by-step instructions below.

Cleaning Your Kegerator: A Step-by-Step Guide
  1. Remove keg to begin.
  2. Close gas valve below regulator.
  3. Push and rotate coupler counterclockwise to detach from keg.
  4. Pull coupler pin to release pressure.
  5. Remove plastic hose clamps with needle nose pliers, and detach red hose line.
  6. Remove plastic hose clamps from beer line, and detach from coupler, using twisting and pulling motion to release.
  7. Use spanner wrench provided in the Tap Cleaning Kit to remove the faucet. Place wrench pin into faucet collar hole and turn clockwise.
  8. Remove tap handle and set aside.
  9. Open cleaning solution provided in the Tap Cleaning Kit and place half scoop into the mixing bottle.
  10. Fill mixing bottle halfway with water, and shake carefully until thoroughly mixed.
  11. Attach cleaner hose by rotating faucet collar counterclockwise.
  12. Pump to inject cleaning solution through tap lines, and after all solution has cleared through the lines, remove cleaner hose from the faucet tower.
  13. Clean grate and top sump area with soapy water and dry.
  14. Unscrew faucet assembly and soak in hot water.
  15. Use the brush provided in the Tap Cleaning Kit to scrub stuck-on grime, and allow the parts to dry.
  16. Scrub coupler with hot water and let dry.
  17. Reassemble tap faucet, and reattach to tower. Tighten with spanner wrench, and screw on tap handle. (Make sure it’s pushed back.)
  18. Reattach red gas line and plastic hose clamps to coupler, and snap clamps into place with pliers.
  19. Reattach beer line and plastic hose clamps, securing clamps with pliers.
  20. Now you’re ready for a fresh keg!

Order Tap Cleaning Kit

The Tap Cleaning Kit (Part # 42242373-ACCY) includes everything to quickly clean your tap, and includes cleaning solution, pump, mixing bottle, brush and wrench.

To order, contact or call (800) 223-3900.

MARVEL THEN AND NOW: 125 Years of American Manufacturing

A look at one of the oldest refrigeration companies in America

American manufacturing is an industry with great responsibility – to our people, to our planet and to our economy. It’s rooted in handcrafted quality, where craftsmanship is the defining virtue by which all others are measured.

That’s why this year, we celebrate our 125th anniversary with tremendous gratitude. And it’s a feat that we could not have done on our own.

We’d like to thank our customers for choosing us, our partners for keeping us competitive, and our community for its support. And to our employees, thank you for dedicating your time and talents to make our products something we can all be proud of.

Walk down memory lane with us, as we look back in time at the triumphs (and struggles) our company endured since its early years beginning in the late 1800s.


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Marvel Commemorates 125 Years of American Manufacturing


MARVEL THEN AND NOW: 125 Years of American Manufacturing

First founded as Ranney Refrigeration in 1892, Marvel Refrigeration is built on a foundation of over a century of American-made craftsmanship and a long-ranging history of industry breakthroughs.

Since its beginning producing and delivering ice boxes by horse and buggy—to the precise and rapid Dynamic Cooling Technology of today—Marvel continues to innovate with the principles of preservation science at its very core. Trusted by hospitals, medical facilities, government operations and homes across America, Marvel prides itself in cooling technology so precise that it can store anything from delicate food, wine and beverages to biological lab samples.


Over the years, Marvel supported troops with vital materials for three wars, refreshed sports stadiums, and protected cold storage assets for hospitals and laboratories. And to this day, Marvel continues to enrich homes and institutions across America with award-winning products, innovative performance and impeccable design.

Today, our company stays true to its roots in American history, with a 175,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in the same community it first originated, Greenville, Michigan. We employ over 200 highly-skilled workers, some of whom have family that have worked at our facility for generations.

When you choose Marvel, you’re choosing over 125 years of handcrafted quality and leading innovation in the refrigeration business. You’re choosing American products, and most importantly, you’re choosing the best refrigeration technology available on the market.

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Chicago brownstone home gets an unlikely kitchen renovation

The kitchen renovation that broke the rules 

When you create a kitchen that defies convention, you likely have a good reason for it. Such was the case for author and food writer Stacey Ballis. A gourmand by passion and profession, Ballis chose to define her kitchen space by tasks, rather than the traditional triangle-shaped layout of today’s standard. Why?

kitchen-8“A lot of people thought we were crazy with the layout of our kitchen,” Ballis explained.

“Choosing to model a home kitchen on a zoned restaurant kitchen takes away all of the “rules” we were taught about home kitchens. So we were already outside the box when we created a zone for both cold and pantry storage, two zones for cooking sharing one prep space and one cleaning space and a separate zone across the room for baking, all of which does require some thought about how to organize yourself.”

A year later, her kitchen is the capable hub of holiday parties, quick weeknight meals and elaborate weekend dishes, and she wouldn’t change a thing.

“It works PERFECTLY.  For the way we cook, it has been a godsend.”

A primary element in her kitchen design is a massive 72″ refrigerator freezer combination unit from Marvel. It spans across the back wall and is positioned for easy access near the food prep work station. And every square inch of its spacious interior is put to full use.

“The 72-inch side by side has completely changed our lives for the better,” Ballis says.

“Suddenly there is room in the freezer to really sock away stuff, so I can finally make big batches of homemade stock like I always wanted to, and not take up the whole freezer.  That includes stashing old bones and carcasses and veggie scraps until I have enough for stock.  I can start prepping for holiday meals a month out.  I can put full sheet trays in the fridge!  The fridge stays organized with the help of a bunch of clear plastic bins, and I always know where everything is.  But I no longer have to remove all of the regular inhabitants when I load in groceries for a big party…everything just fits! Glorious.”

And, in another zone of her kitchen, Ballis chose a 24″ Marvel Dual Zone Wine Refrigerator to preserve her husband’s favorite wine varietals and libation accoutrements.


“The wine fridge has been really great,” Ballis says.

“Charming Suitor [her husband’s nickname] keeps it full of a variety of everyday wines, as well as the vermouth, Lillet, and other cocktail making supplies that used to take up a ton of room in the regular fridge.”

Ballis also has a 15″ Marvel Single Zone Wine Refrigerator, but this model serves an inventive dual purpose. As it so happens, the wine refrigerator is also the ideal environment for the long-term preservation of…cheese!

“The cheese fridge has been wonderful, we are getting twice to three times the life out of our cheeses and charcuterie as we used to in the regular fridge!”

With her ingenuity and experience with fast-paced commercial kitchens, Ballis was able to transform an 800-square-foot kitchen into a highly productive space for entertaining, proof that some kitchen design “rules” are worth breaking.

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A Philosophic Look at Beer Glassware

Recently I was working on a home improvement project with an old friend.  After finishing up we had a beer together.  So I wandered down to the bar and decided a pale ale would be a good choice.  My next question to myself is what glass to drink from.  Just to let you know I have a fairly large selection of glasses and mugs to pick from.


Christmas 2014 gifts from daughters, nieces and nephews

glassware2I am that guy when Christmas comes around and we draw names, whoever draws my name know in a pinch they can get me a set of glasses, beer mug or whatever along those lines.  I have had the obsession with glasses ever since I was a kid.  My dad had a small collection from his time in the service and going to the various bars after.  Back then most bars would advertise with their logo (same as today) and you could pick them up for 2 bits or so (not the same as today).  He also had a small collection of the pilsner glasses with the stem base and gold wheat logo.  For those into antiques you might be aware of this glass.  Anyway, I got a set of these from my father-in-law estate when he passed away.  I proudly keep them on display above my bar, but rarely do I use them.  This past weekend I started to think, “Why don’t I use them?” I must say drinking from this glass brought back many good memories of having a beer with my father-in-law, even though we never used them when he was around.

That night got me thinking about glassware in general.  I know there are all kinds of beer glasses with descriptions and what style of beer each should be used for.  But where did these different style of glasses come from, and why are they matched up to certain beer styles?

First, beer style evolved out of what was available to the brew master. Glass style and shape evolved I assume form what the glass blower liked to make or again what materials they had on hand.  So putting these things together one can only assume that like beer evolved with a region, glassware did also.  Yes there might be a scientific reason why a tulip stemmed goblet works great for a Belgium monk ale.  But I think it is more to do with region stuff.  And that get me back to my point.  Point, did I have a point?  Oh yeah, my point.

A very wise wine server once told me, “The glass you use to drink your wine from is called a wine glass, get over it.”  I think the same can be said for beer.  But I must stop at plastic cups.  I hate drinking good draft beer from plastic cups. So what about a point again?

Drinking good beer is done for many reasons.  Sometimes we drink to socialize with friends, sometimes to remember old friends, and sometimes just to remember.

Remembering when I was a kid looking at my dad’s glass collection hidden away in that cupboard over the refrigerator all covered with dust. And remembering the stories my Dad told me about the bars he visited in his day, Diamond Jim Brady’s, the Dakota Inn…these are places I will never be able to see.  They are long gone.

My point is, good beer is to be enjoyed, not drank to get drunk.  And what better way to enjoy something, then by remembering.

Take care and drink wisely,


Marvel Refrigeration upgrades its professional collection

Marvel Refrigeration upgrades its professional collection with bolder aesthetics and features to add more storage versatility and organization

tricolor**UPDATE** New Marvel Professional models are now available to order. Browse the new collection here. 

Greenville, Mich. (January 6, 2017) – This year at KBIS 2017, Marvel Refrigeration will unveil design enhancements to its Marvel Professional undercounter collection to improve aesthetics, storage flexibility and organization.

New features include tri-color lighting, midnight black interiors, smooth ball-bearing glides, split convertible shelving, and complementary organizational accessories (in select models).

All Marvel Professional models are now designed with midnight black interiors and tri-color pro-refrigerated-drawersLED lighting in three color options: sapphire blue, amber glow and arctic white. Integrated controls allow the user to select from full or half interior illumination for a two-stage theater style presentation.

The smooth ball-bearing shelving system glides out to full extension for convenient access to the back of the shelf, without toppling items. Additionally, certain models in the collection now feature 3-in-1 Split Convertible Shelving for hybrid food, beverage or wine storage. Removing one or both glass panes reveals a wine rack capable of partial or full-width storage that holds 7 bottles. And the new Marvel Professional Refrigerated Drawers come with quick-grip dividers that conveniently adjust to organize and secure contents.

To see the new Marvel Professional collection, locate a dealer near you.

No Bake Cheesecake with Cranberry Mint Sauce


‘Tis the season to indulge! This no bake cheesecake recipe combines the creamy texture of a classic cheesecake with fresh, bursting cranberry flavor akin to the holidays.



  1. In a small bowl, stir together the graham cracker crumbs, brown sugar and cinnamon. Add melted butter and mix well. Press into the bottom of an 8″ or 10″ springform pan. Chill until firm.
  2. In a medium bowl, beat together the cream cheese and lemon juice until soft. Add whipping cream and beat with an electric mixer until batter becomes thick. Add the sugar and continue to beat until stiff. Pour into chilled crust, and top with pie filling. Chill several hours or overnight. Just before serving, remove the sides of the springform pan and top with cranberry mint sauce.

Did you know?  

The Dynamic Cooling Technology of Marvel Premium Refrigeration chills contents up to three times faster than other models, perfect for when you want to quick-chill food for recipes!