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"recycled" blackberries

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by rihlana, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. In autumn, we picked loads of blackberries, put them into plastic bottles and topped with Sherry. left in a cool place for 3 months to give us lovely blackberry Sherry for Christmas.
    After Christmas, I felt i didn't want to waste the berries, and I made a fruit crlumble with them , adding apples. Oh,,, the sherry-soaked blackberries really, really lift it up!!
  2. bombaysapphire

    bombaysapphire Star commenter

    Those both sound lovely - I've never heard of fruit sherry. The idea of being able to use things twice always appeals too.
  3. Oh I bet they do....... yum.
    I make blackberry gin and have used the berries to stuff duck and/or game birds with. The gravy is out of this world!

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