ranvaig at columbus.rr.com
Thu Nov 12 22:31:16 PST 2009
><<< Barberries can be found in Middle Eastern and Persian grocery
>stores on occasion. There are several recipes in the 1549 Italian
>cookbook the Libro Novo that use them. I rather like them in
> Master B >>>
>Thank you. I'll have to try to find some the next time I'm in a
>Middle Eastern or Persian grocery store. Are these likely to be in
>cans, jars, dried in bags, or what? At least these I can figure out
>how to use them, either fresh or otherwise. Some foods, pickled, in
>various mixes and others I'm not sure how to use.
They might be labeled Zereshk Berries. I think I've seen them in a
plastic bag, but but I've never bought any.
Here's a picture in packaging. One brand anyway.
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