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From my recipe files.
An old-fashioned recipe from the Wisconsin Dutch section of the US Regional Cookbook, Chicago Culinary Arts Institute, 1947.
Easy to make, good to use in sauces, vinaigrettes, or in dressings calling for raspberry vinegar.
From my recipe files. Uses dried elderberries.
From my recipe files. This recipe yields 6 half-pint jars
from Alan Joellenbeck via my recipe files.
From my recipe files. I imagine you would servet this in the same way you serve cranberry sauce.
Serve this the same way you serve cranberry sauce.
Version 2. From my files. I would do a hot water bath, not parafin to seal.. "The most common use of elderberries is for jelly-making. Their juice produces a clear, ruby-red jewel-like delicacy with a sparkling flavor to match."
From my recipe files. Different than the other Elderberry Pie recipes already on Zaar.
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