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Old 01-12-2013, 10:00 AM   #11
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OK, I've waited for a decent interval hoping for someone else to ask, but what does the original post heading mean? Is that the label on the jar?
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Old 01-12-2013, 06:09 PM   #12
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I think it is, like a brand name
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:27 PM   #13
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SYLT LINGON Lingonberry jam - IKEA

I have a jar in my fridge, several in my pantry stash, lingonberry syrup, lingonberry pie filling, and frozen lingonberries (partridge berreis) on hand. Love lingonberries.
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OK, I've waited for a decent interval hoping for someone else to ask, but what does the original post heading mean? Is that the label on the jar?
It means Lingon berry preserves/jam/jelly.
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SYLT LINGON Lingonberry jam - IKEA

I have a jar in my fridge, several in my pantry stash, lingonberry syrup, lingonberry pie filling, and frozen lingonberries (partridge berreis) on hand. Love lingonberries.
Where did you get the frozen lingon berries? I have a jar of the stuff from Ikea, but it's got potassium sorbate.
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Klingonberries! Where's Taxlady? She's Danish and would be familiar with it.
Klingonberries

In Danish they are called tyttebær.

Used like cranberry sauce is how I am familiar with using it.
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Where did you get the frozen lingon berries? I have a jar of the stuff from Ikea, but it's got potassium sorbate.
A friend of mine is from NFLD and drives out at the end of August, brings me back frozen lingonberries (partridge berries) that they pick while they are there. I'm sooooo lucky!!!!
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A friend of mine is from NFLD and drives out at the end of August, brings me back frozen lingonberries (partridge berries) that they pick while they are there. I'm sooooo lucky!!!!
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My wife is Swedish. Lingon is the name of the type of berry, and "sylt" means "jelly." Use it anywhere you'd use cranberry.

It does go well with meatballs. Here's her recipe for Swedish Meatballs (Carbquik is a low-carb replacement for Bisquick):

.3 cup carbquick (or .3 cup breadcrumbs)
.75 cup heavy whipping cream (HWC)
2 lbs ground beef (or ground moose meat if in Sweden)
.5 medium onion chopped very very finely
1 tsp salt
.25 tsp ground white pepper
1 egg
Butter (see below)

Mix carbquik (or breadcrumbs) with about .5 cup of HWC until it’s the consistency of thick pancake batter.

Mix this with remaining ingredients (except butter). Form 1 inch meatballs.

1. Put 2 TBS butter in cast iron skillet
2. Brown 10 meatballs at a time in very hot cast iron skillet (well-browned)
3. Lower heat
4. Scrape pan drippings into saucepan, put meatballs in saucepan

Add half cup of heavy whipping cream to saucepan.
Simmer saucepan on low heat
Repeat steps 1-3 until all meatballs are in the saucepan.
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