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I bet the liquid from the sauce would also be good mixed with tonic and vodka! A lovely post and recipe, thanks Ann!

Ann and Joan

I made a sort of tea punch tonight, equal parts plum sauce and white wine, then filled the glass with ice and iced tea. It tastes very nice

Suzy Harris

These photos are very sensual...

Ann and Joan

Thank you Suzy, hopefully the photos convey the deep, rich flavor of the plums.

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