Loganberry

Loganberry

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

A cross between the blackberry and the raspberry, and its flavour is a blend of these fruits. Ripe loganberries are dark, purplish-red. Fresh loganberries are only occasionally seen in the shops, but they are available commercially frozen and tinned. They are excellent for dessert, and loganberries can be substituted for other berries in many recipes – for example, for mulberries in Mulberry Jelly and Mulberry Pie, or for raspberries in Raspberry Sauce and Summer Pudding.

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