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LOOKING for: mahonia (oregon grape) recipes

Posted by eneljardin (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 13, 08 at 12:27

Looking for syrup, jelly, jam recipes for mahonia. Would also appreciate similar recipes (or procedures, suggestions) for other unusual edibles such as aronia, seaberry, strawberry tree, cornus kousa, etc.

Mil gracias!


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RE: LOOKING for: mahonia (oregon grape) recipes

There's a jelly recipe below if you scroll down. It's a PDF file.

Here is a link that might be useful: Jelly


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RE: LOOKING for: Another mahonia (oregon grape) recipes

Here's another.

Here is a link that might be useful: Oregon Grape Jam


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RE: LOOKING for: Seaberry

Here's a Gardenweb thread on seaberry with some mahonia in it too.

Here is a link that might be useful: Seaberry/Sea Buckthorn


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RE: LOOKING for: Strawberry Tree

Here's a custard.

Here is a link that might be useful: Strawberry tree custard


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RE: LOOKING for: Kornus Cousa

Here's a sauce recipe.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cornus Kousa/Japanese Dogwood


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RE: LOOKING for: Aronia

Scroll down for a couple of recipes for Aronia.

Here is a link that might be useful: Aronia


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RE: LOOKING for: mahonia (oregon grape) recipes

I didn't know you could even eat those things. The neighborhood dogs are just peeing on mine!!


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RE: LOOKING for: mahonia (oregon grape) recipes

annie I guess then they won't need a marinade! LOL


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RE: LOOKING for: mahonia (oregon grape) recipes

So, eneljardin did you try any of these recipes? Any reason you never came back?


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