<p>Hi Imnopeas ! </p><p>Your recipe sounds lovely and I really want to try it out . But do you know if it works good to use frozen blueberries? </p><p>Thanks :) </p>
Whoa! Great history at the beginning too. I'll have to give this a go.
The history of ketchup is very interesting! Some other early production ketchup's were mushroom, walnut &amp; anchovy. Can you imagine an anchovy ketchup? Ick...
Ick indeed! Although the walnut one sounds quite pleasant, actually.
interesting :)<br>would it work with other berries? as blueberries make me turn green LOL
Yes, it should.Raspberries would be a good alternative.
I am a fanatic for blueberries so I'll have to give this a try when they come into season.
Yum. That burger looks good enough to eat.&nbsp;<br> <br> I had to laugh when I read, &quot;The mixture will continue to heat as it cools.&quot;&nbsp; That sounds like something I would say, right up there with &quot;Don't chew with your mouth full&quot; and &quot;Don't talk with your mouth open.&quot;&nbsp;
hahahaha glad to know i'm not the only person to say &quot;don't chew with your mouth full&quot; and &quot;don't talk with your mouth open&quot; LOL
oops, that was a typo. The mixture will continue to thicken as it cools. ;)<br><br>
This sounds so good! I might have to give this a try - my boyfriend loves blueberries.
Thanks! I love recipes that don't require much prep and cook time, yet still taste amazing. This recipe is definitely it.

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