Huckleberry Cake  -  Huckleberry Fritters  -  Huckleberry Jam  -  Huckleberry Pie

Blueberries and huckleberries although related, are not the same. One obvious difference is that the blueberry has many soft, tiny almost unnoticeable seeds, while the huckleberry has ten larger, hard seeds. Blueberries are also more blue, while huckleberries are blackish blue or reddish black. This red/black variety is also called southern cranberry.

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Please remember that these are only suggestions of possible dishes that you might make and are not guaranteed to meet your tastes.  All ingredients, combinations, temperatures and/or cooking times are suggestions; used as examples and should not be deemed as the only options.  Take into account your own personal experiences, tastes and needs.

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