boysenberries

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of boysenberry.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I used a mixture of blueberries and boysenberries for my cobbler.

    Mixed Berry Almond Cobbler

  • I used a mixture of blueberries and boysenberries for my cobbler.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • For dessert, we fluffed out our umbrellas and walked across the street to a Konditorei called the Hanseranhaus, where Amanda and I shared a tort with boysenberries, Juliana and Alexandra poured sugar into their extremely chocolaty hot chocolates, and we looked out at the cold lake and chatted with an American-born man and his Swiss family.

    The Italian Summer

  • It was just a simple, rustic red with aromas and flavors of boysenberries and a little bit of earthy funk.

    Spanish Wine and Food Synergy

  • For dessert, we fluffed out our umbrellas and walked across the street to a Konditorei called the Hanseranhaus, where Amanda and I shared a tort with boysenberries, Juliana and Alexandra poured sugar into their extremely chocolaty hot chocolates, and we looked out at the cold lake and chatted with an American-born man and his Swiss family.

    The Italian Summer

  • Breakfast: soy sausage, smoked salmon, boysenberries, whole grain waffle.

    Birthday

  • For dessert, we fluffed out our umbrellas and walked across the street to a Konditorei called the Hanseranhaus, where Amanda and I shared a tort with boysenberries, Juliana and Alexandra poured sugar into their extremely chocolaty hot chocolates, and we looked out at the cold lake and chatted with an American-born man and his Swiss family.

    The Italian Summer

  • It was just a simple, rustic red with aromas and flavors of boysenberries and a little bit of earthy funk.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • No need to infuse whole boysenberries into your booze for two months before you make a cocktail.

    Tony Sachs: For The Perfect End-Of-Summer Cocktail, Keep It Simple: In Praise Of The Gin & Tonic

  • For dessert, we fluffed out our umbrellas and walked across the street to a Konditorei called the Hanseranhaus, where Amanda and I shared a tort with boysenberries, Juliana and Alexandra poured sugar into their extremely chocolaty hot chocolates, and we looked out at the cold lake and chatted with an American-born man and his Swiss family.

    The Italian Summer

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