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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Felix Lingonberry with Blueberry is a combination of two classic wild berries to make a delicious, well-rounded jam that's perfect as a topping on pancakes or waffles and hot cereals.
Lead researcher Dr Cyril Auger, from the University of Strasbourg, said: "Among the various fruits investigated, the most active ones were predominantly berries including cranberry, lingonberry, aronia, blackcurrant and blueberry.
The buildings exhibited include Heikkinen & Komonen's cultural centre in Kuhmo which has an asymmetrically sloping turf roof growing heather and lingonberry, the Karsamaki shingle church by Anssi Lassila, built using eighteenth-century methods, a luminous chapel in Turku by Matti Sanaksenaho with a timber structure clad in copper, and the lookout tower in Helsinki by Ville Hara composed of a strong but light meshed shell structure of timber strips (AR December 2003).
In the Finnish study, 50 young women who had previously been treated for a urinary tract infection were given about four tablespoons of a mixture of cranberry and lingonberry juice concentrate every day (lingonberries, which are in the cranberry family, are popular in Scandinavia).
After a good night's sleep I was woken by a member of staff with a warm cup of the local lingonberry juice and thawed out while enjoying a buffet breakfast in the nearby restaurant building which also has showers and a changing room.
During the two-and-a-half-hour meal, I eat my way through a glittering array of sinful yet heavenly preparations cured foie gras au torchon with caramelized pears and a truffle vinaigrette, lingonberry foie gras draped in 24-karat gold foil, chocolate foie gras on Gran Marnier French toast--washed down with Sauternes.
In white robes with wreaths of lingonberry sprigs on their heads, the carol singers handed out gifts of gingerbread to evening shoppers.
A must-try is traditional Swedish waffles - there's even a waffle festival each year - crisp, thin pancakes which come served with whipped cream and lingonberry or cloudberry jam.
Fruits and vegetables included beet and apple salad, cucumber salad, homemade applesauce, and Lingonberry sauce.
A recent study published in the British Medical Journal has shown that 50ml cranberry and lingonberry concentrate a day can significantly reduce the need for antibiotics.
The study included cloudberry, raspberry, strawberry, lingonberry, blueberry and blackcurrant.
Spoon some lingonberry jam into the center of each apple and set aside keeping warm.
Among the sanctioned products (in various forms) are: Roquefort cheese, tomatoes, onions, truffles, paprika, oats, chocolate and other cocoa preparations, toasted bread and similar toasted products, chewing gum, sugar confectionery cough drops, lingonberry and raspberry jams, juice of any single fruit, mixtures of fruit juices, or mixtures of vegetable and fruit juices, prepared mustard, soups and broths, and mineral waters and aerated waters.
Aperitif Chateau Rocquefort Blanc, Bordeaux 2000 -- Smoked trout beignets in orange foam Domaine Vessigaud Macon-Fuisse 2000 -- Seared scallops on cucumber relish Domaine Vessigaud Pouilly-Fuisse 2000 -- Cod en papillote Chateau de Pennautier Viognier 2001 -- Lingonberry braised rack of lamb with grilled polenta asparagus Domaine de la Rectorie "Collioure" La Coume Pascale 2000 -- Rhubard-mint martini with strawberry and almond crisp Domaine de la Rectorie Banylus "Cuvee Parce"
Felix, as familiar in Sweden as Volvo, Ikea and Swedish meatballs, is the most popular Lingonberry jam in that country, as well as in the U.