[Sca-cooks] "blue" blackberry sauce?
Laura C. Minnick
lcm at jeffnet.org
Mon Feb 25 12:16:44 PST 2008
At 09:09 AM 2/25/2008, you wrote:
>Mulberries don't usually grow in brambles, they are a tree. I don't
>think I've ever seen them as a bush, low to the ground. Of course, I
>am speaking of the American variety... perhaps European mulberries
>are different?? Brambles would be either blackberries or
>raspberries (do they have both red and black ones in Europe?).
>Blueberries are usually growing fairly close to the ground or in low
>bushes, so they are also a possibility. With most of these berries,
>a very dark blue, verging on deep purple (unless you are working
>with red raspberries) would be more common than light blue... at
>least, in my somewhat limited cooking experience <grin>.
Barberries? They're blue on the outside, but I've never eaten them so
I don't know what color they might produce for a sauce.
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