lingonberry

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Synonyms for lingonberry

low evergreen shrub of high north temperate regions of Europe and Asia and America bearing red edible berries

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Corresponding results for lingonberries were 87% in 2000 and 86% in 2001 and for crowberries were 98% in 2000 and 96% in 2001.
The high-fat fed animals given lingonberries did not put on more weight than a group that had eaten a low-fat diet in the same period, and their blood sugar levels were similar.
Flavoured with Norwegian lingonberries, the aromas of red berries, complex malt and hops - with bags more hops and an underlying bitter sweetness on the finish - sends the taste-buds into a wild frenzy.
Finnish lingonberries are new superfood as researchers say they are good for your heart and can lower blood pressure.
The menu isn't made public until late, but will follow tradition - the likes of guinea hen with porcini mushrooms and lingonberries, and many a fine wine.
In addition to the aebleskiver topping suggestions in your article ("Take a Bite of Danish Heritage," September/October 2009), my staples are blueberry and cherry pie filling, various sugar-free jams for diabetics, Danish pudding with berries (either strawberries or raspberries to match the pudding), and the most popular is Swedish lingonberries.
Foraging in the market in the city's square, we came away with the last of the summer's harvest: small strawberries that were bombs of sweetness, delicate green peas, raspberries, lingonberries, cloudberries from Lapland, and mushrooms, golden chanterelles, black trumpet mushrooms.
In the first defeat, Johansson was floored by Patterson's left, causing the writer AJ Liebling to observe that Johansson "went down like a double portion of Swedish pancakes with Lingonberries and sour cream".
Most contain fruits such as acai, pomegranate, blackcurrants, blueberries, cranberries, goji berries, lingonberries and mangos, which are all now considered to be super-healthy in the eyes of consumers.
The 9-3 SportWagon is a car for the thinking outdoor family, all fresh snow and nourishing lingonberries.
Every other day the berry group consumed 100 grams of bilberries and 50 grams of lingonberries.
But Westside restaurant legend Hans Rockenwagner and a cohort, Wolfgang Gussmack, have a counter-programming hit on their hands with 3 Square Cafe, which plays to bustling crowds at all three mealtimes (hence the restaurant's name) and serves up substantial dishes such as apple pancakes, schnitzel with lingonberries and veal goulash.
Bringing us neatly, via an afternoon picking fresh lingonberries, to the Saab 9-3 bio-fuel.
ai berries, black currants, lingonberries, mangosteen and goji berries.