To plate the dish, add a piece of the liver to the toast, then place a raspberry on top and drizzle with a bit of maple syrup.
But he insist his character, Petel (Hebrew for raspberry) has a universal appeal.
And a feast it is – yogurts with fresh squeezed fruits, salmon soufflé, raspberry flan, and always crepes to finish the meal.
You can eat it with powdered sugar, but my favorite is with feta cheese and raspberry jam or fresh raspberries.
The raspberry shrub may be served all through the meal, or made a separate course instead of a sherbet.
Once there was a little boy madly in love with raspberry jam.
It is really a pretty sight to put a pod of the common pea, or a raspberry into water.
Louis bounced into the raspberry enclosure and flung himself at their feet.
Strawberry, grape, currant and other juices may be substituted for raspberry.
There were great crackly glasses of raspberry vinegar and ice!
1620s, earlier raspis berry (1540s), possibly from raspise "a sweet rose-colored wine" (mid-15c.), from Anglo-Latin vinum raspeys, origin uncertain, as is the connection between this and Old French raspe, Medieval Latin raspecia, raspeium, also meaning "raspberry." One suggestion is via Old Walloon raspoie "thicket," of Germanic origin. Klein suggests it is via the French word, from a Germanic source akin to English rasp (v.), with an original sense of "rough berry," based on appearance.
A native plant of Europe and Asiatic Russia, the name was applied to a similar vine in North America. Meaning "rude sound" (1890) is shortening of raspberry tart, rhyming slang for fart.