It's fun and simple to make boozy berries. You don't even need a recipe. Just fill jars with ripe, clean berries, add a high-proof alcohol until the jar is about 3/4 full, then add herbal or fruity liqueur to top it off.
It's the height of berry season in Newfoundland. The results of our Labour Day foraging trip including photos of the feral and wild fruit on the plant for contextual identification. Bonus recipe for apple-blackberry crumble.
Following a recent blackberry foraging expedition I returned with a bountiful supply of beautiful wild blackberries. They are in season at the moment and abundant in both rural and urban areas. What better way to use your blackberries?
The swap of the blackberry for the tomato completely transforms this ketchup. There's still the expected kick from vinegar and the traditional punch of the spice blend, but the blackberry lends it an almost jammy, even slightly sour quality.