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Barberries
Fruit and Vegetables
Historic

The small, oval, red fruits of a thorny shrub. Common in cooking before the late 19th Century, the European Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) is thought to host the wheat rust disease Puccinia graminis, so that its cultivation is now discouraged.



See:
Apple Snow
Barberry Drops
Barberry Preserve
Eel Pie
Fricassee of Sheep Trotters
Giblets with Herbs
Hen with Oysters
Her Majesty's Pudding
Liverings or Leveredge
Lumber Pie or Lombard Pie
Salad All-Sorts
Sussex Pond Pudding






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