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Robt E
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Some years ago, when I was living in Cambridge, there was an Estonian
family living in the flat above me. We often cooked for each other. They
also had quite a few friends amongst the Polish expat community in East
Anglia. One old Polish woman gave them a jar of pickled rowan (European
mountain ash) berries. Tiina, the Estonian woman, cooked a great pork
dish and served the rowan berries as a sort of a relish. They were a
beautiful combination.

I've searched through any number of books and have trawled Google, but I
cannot seem to find a single recipe for pickling rowan berries. I've
already got several decent looking recipes for rowan jelly, so I'm not
looking for that. Have any of you come across the pickled berries? Do
you have a recipe lurking somewhere?

Thanks in advance.


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