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Old 08-24-2008, 09:02 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mskitty38583 View Post
taybrries are very very yummy! especially made into jam. richard this is your!
Sam, I found it... it's a cross tayberry definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta

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What are tayberries?
Tayberries are thought to be a natural cross between a blackberry and a raspberry originating near the river Tay in Scotland. Very unique flavor but they have wicked thorns! My impression is when you pop one fresh into your mouth it's like, "Wait that just tastes like a blackberry...then a few seconds later.....Wow! Raspberry flavor!" There's now a thornless variety of Tayberry called "Buckingham" - but for the life of me I haven't figured out how to get it here to the states.

I'll bet a tayberry-bananan smoothie would be awesome! (Had to figure out some way to stay on topic....)

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