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Blackberries in rose geranium-red wine syrup from Chez Panisse Fruit by Alice Waters

  • blackberries
  • geranium leaves
  • red wine

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  • TrishaCP on July 26, 2015

    This was such a simple and elegant dessert. Red wine and sugar are cooked down into a syrup. You then remove the syrup from the heat and steep it with rose geranium leaves. (The recipe calls for fresh leaves, but I only had dried. I used about one dried leaf for every fresh leaf.) Once cooled, the deliciously perfumed syrup is added to fresh blackberries. We gilded the lily and served with vanilla ice cream, but the blackberries and syrup would be fine on their own.

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