20 berry-licious recipes
Blackberries and raspberries
Raspberries and blackberries have more in common than the space they typically share in supermarkets. Both are caneberries, which grow on woody canes or stems (whereas blueberries, for example, grow on bushes). But more important, they're two of the best--and tastiest--little things you can eat for your heart. Raspberries are very delicate, so don't wash them under running water. It's best to put them in a single layer in a shallow colander, then loosely cover them and briefly immerse the colander in water.
Date Updated: May 10, 2012
Add Your Comment
You must be logged in to leave a comment. Login