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aussiebarracuda,

In her book "The Cook and The Gardener" , Amanda Hesser gives a recipe for making sloe gin that sounds quite good. I could pm the recipe to you if you'd like.

I'll take a look in my Southern cookbooks as well.

kathryn

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Since they're pretty bitter perhaps you could make a few jars of sloe berry/apple jelly to serve with pork, lamb, game, pates or terrines.

Add the berries to game stews and venison or pork roasts. They pair well with sweet, earthy, roasted vegetables such as winter squash, beets, parsnips, mushrooms and sweet potatoes. And like most berries, they freeze and dry well.

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I have a large jar of sloe gin from last year's harvest. From memory I think it was 300g sugar and 750ml gin to cover the sloes. I also made sloe paste which I think was a variation on a Stephanie recipe? Perserverence past the mouthfeel and taste of sloes in their natural state is well worth it.

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