Monday, November 11, 2019

Bigos ~ Polish Hunter Stew


Fun House 428 said...

Great for this cold weather. I'm going to try this next week. Will have to research "juniper berries". Not sure I've used them ever!

Amy Jo Ehman said...

Juniper grows along the river bank like at Cranberry Flats and along Sask Crescent in Saskatoon, low green shrubs with bright blue berries. In summer the berries are green and resinous, but in winter they are dry and blue, easily crushed under a flat knife. They have a strong flavour, so just use 2 or 3 in a big pot of stew. I will pick some this afternoon and do a post about it. Thanks for the idea!