When a wild cranberry, accinium vitis-idaea, escapes being eaten by birds or picked by people and freezes on the bush, a tart, tender, syrupy bite is born. The freeze seems to break down the fibrous center of the cranberry, much as cooking does, but the berry keeps its intense sweet-sharp flavor and none of the […]
Karen O. Zimmermann
Karen O. Zimmermann savors chance encounters with people throughout the state of Maine, and is endlessly delighted with the tales they have to share.
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