Partridge Berries

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Kayb

Partridge Berries

A question for the canadian contingent, I have a recipe book produced by a Nova Scotian bowling club to raise funds - anyway one of the ingredients for a stew/casserol is 'Partridge Berries'. I have a feeling that blueberries might be the English equivalent, but am not sure. Can anyone help please?
Karen

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Nausea Bagwash

Partridge berries

"A question for the canadian contingent, I have a recipe book produced by a Nova Scotian bowling club to raise funds - anyway one of the ingredients for a stew/casserol is 'Partridge Berries'. I have a feeling that blueberries might be the English equivalent, but am not sure. Can anyone help please?
Karen"
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They are also called lingonberries (cf Ikea lingonberry sauce). They are related to cranberries. I would think you could substitute cranberries if you have any in the freezer since Christmas but blueberries might be too sweet.

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Expat Badger

partridge berry

they are an east coast thing by the looks of it (i had to look them up!)
they grow in Newfoundland and Labrador waaaaay over on the east coast of Canada

as NB says you would call them lingonberries it seems. Very good for you too.

 
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