Griottines

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Griottines de Fougerolles

Griottines are cherries macerated in eau de vie or kirsch,[1] common to Fougerolles (Haute-Saône) in Franche-Comté, eastern France. They can be eaten alone, or used in a number of local dishes both savoury and sweet.

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  1. ^ Floriane Ravard; Jean-Paul Labourdette; Dominique Auzias; Géraldine Besançon (3 March 2008). Les meilleurs Produits du Terroir. Petit Futé. pp. 24–. ISBN 978-2-7469-2060-6. Retrieved 15 September 2012.