WNMC’s Radio Anyway talks to Autumn Berry farmer Paul Sears and visits Food For Thought to learn more about this infamous outlaw fruit.

6 Comments

  • Susan Posted March 23, 2008 12:45 pm

    I was introduced to this delightful product this past summer by my nieces . . have found the taste to be far and again above any and all other preserves!!

  • Timothy Posted March 23, 2008 3:53 pm

    Thank you for that comment. I too love this preserve. It’s a new concept for many so it’s off to a slow start, but most who adventure into a jar surface as very loyal fans.
    For me it’s the subtlety of plum with the zing of lime!
    Enjoy!
    Timothy Young
    President/Chef

  • Karen Posted June 3, 2009 12:51 pm

    I purchased a jar of the preserves last spring on a trip across the Upper Penninsula of Michigan and loved the taste. I wish that I had bought more than one jar. I used it as sparingly as I could. Thanks again for introducing me to this wonderful berry!

  • Jeffrey Ganley Posted September 4, 2009 5:07 pm

    Autumn Olive is such an invasive (non-native) shrub that is taking over many of Michigan’s wildlands, especially our rare savannas & prairies. This is a great way to use the tasty, edible "berries" or drupes and help keep the shrub from spreading further! Please pick more!

  • Renata Posted January 2, 2011 10:37 am

    I use the food journal at http://www.myfitnesspal.com. I would like to add the caloric and any available info into their food bank. Could you do this for me or could someone please E-mail me the number of calories in one tablespoon? Thank you so much.

  • Gretchen Posted July 30, 2012 11:41 pm

    Hi,
    Do you have the nutritional info for this product?

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