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boysenberry:

see bramblebramble,
name for plants of the genus Rubus [Lat.,=red, for the color of the juice]. This complex genus of the family Rosaceae (rose family), with representatives in many parts of the world, includes the blackberries, raspberries, loganberries, boysenberries, and
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BOYSENBERRY WINE COMPOTE with GOAT CHEESE and BASIL SERVES 8 AS AN APPETIZER 25 MINUTES, PLUS 25 MINUTES TO COOL Here's one for your summer-party recipe stash.
A nice Amador County zinfandel, the Hillside Zinfandel is a throttled-back version of Sobons single-vineyard and old-vine bottlings; fine, ripe flavors of blackberry, blueberry and boysenberry with a hint of cherry and cranberry on the pleasingly tart finish.
Winemaker's notes: Lush concentrations of black cherry, plum and boysenberry complemented by soft, rounded tannins.
Likewise, Sharpie MINI markers have quick drying, nontoxic ink in 24 assorted colors, such as blue ice, boysenberry and lilac.
99) An inky ruby color, this Porto--a true Port from Douro's sub-appellation of Porto--was sweet with deep layers of raisin and boysenberry flavors.
Save it for dessert, like you would boysenberry pie a la mode from Beckies.
The Cab features flavors of dark cherry, boysenberry and spice and is complex and well balanced.
Sims also supplies organic and unusual fresh fruit and ingredients, including boysenberry, saskatoon berries and Californian sun-dried fruits.
Another recently developed tasty hybrid is the boysenberry.
Other morning seasonings can include: apricot, raspberry, boysenberry, or strawberry preserves; sliced ripe berries and bananas; canned crushed pineapple; thawed frozen mango or fresh ripe mango; apple juice concentrate; chopped dates; and ground cinnamon or nutmeg.
Both Strothman and Myers offer traditional honey-fermented mead as well as fruit-flavored honey meads featuring flavors such as black raspberry, peaches, boysenberry or apricot, Some of their meads are still (meaning uncarbonated), while some are sparkling (carbonated).