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- n. Plural form of partridgeberry.
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I also love partridgeberries, so we had to have something with partridgeberry for dessert.
Now, at the edge of the timber, there was wintergreen growing and some partridgeberries and the forest floor began to be alive with growing things.
How: Bacalao restaurant in St. John's, which specializes in modern Newfoundland cuisine, pairs partridgeberries with caribou, chicken and cheese.
Although they're also commonly called lingonberries, partridgeberries belong to a different family than the lingonberries used in Scandinavian cooking.
The restaurant also serves local wines made from blueberry and partridgeberries.