9 Foods That Have Been Renamed So You Actually Want to Eat Them

Chinese gooseberry, anyone? The idea of eating any type of fruit named after a mean bird that poops a lot is certainly off-putting, which is why you'd be unsurprised to learn that the Chinese Gooseberry...

Do Italians eat stewed prunes?

by GraceW 2 years ago

Are stewed prunes common in Italy? I think that is what was in the picture; I had this at most of my hotels for breakfast while traveling there. And I am trying to figure out if that is actually a ...

Shout Out for Pruneax d'Agen

by Steve 6 years ago

You don't have to go to France to try pruneaux d'agen, but since this is a food from France, I felt I needed to say here that these prunes are to prunes what Alphonso mangoes from India are to mang...

Drunken Prunes

by Enso 6 years ago

I don't know a lot about making infusions, or about the different types of alcohol. Yet for some reason I've got a hankering to try creating some kind of drunken prune dessert-ish dish. (I do make ...

prune flavored yogurt

by chowgirl 18 years ago

Last year in Portugal, I had prune flavored yogurt from the local market store.. I think it was even made by Dannon. Have been searching for the equivalent in the U.S. ever since. Anyone ever had i...

Use for leftover canned prune filling?

by arielleeve 6 years ago

I have about a cup of leftover canned prune filling that I bought for hamanetaschen. Any suggestions for using it up?

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