City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007


Trnjine, I have no idea what's the name in English, they're very sour and they make a nice photo =)


Blogger Kate said...

Well, if you tasted them, they must be edible. I wonder what they are called?

25 September, 2007 13:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think they may be a blue berries.You just have to wait and it will taste good after a while. In the beging they are very sour, but over the time they very nice to eat. Anyone else think diffrently??? Have a gret day from Hawaii...Aloha

25 September, 2007 18:31  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Yes they do make a nice photo Jazzy. Maybe they get sweeter as the season goes on.

25 September, 2007 21:23  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thank you all for stopping by.
we call them 'trnjine', they're always sour and they even dry your mouth, these are ripe fruits.

25 September, 2007 21:56  
Anonymous Owen said...

They look like sloes. In UK they're macerated in gin to make sloe gin, in Navarra in Spain they make patxaran by macerating sloes in anisette. Do you do anything alcoholic with them?

26 September, 2007 01:33  
Blogger Jazzy said...

i think your guess is spot on Owen. i haven't heard of any drink made with these berries.
thanks for stopping by.

26 September, 2007 11:02  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jazzy,
Probaj ovu stranicu za trnjine:
and see if Owen is right.


29 March, 2008 11:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find this:"The sloe (prunus spinosa) is the wild tiny plum from Europe, very acid and with only a couple of mm of flesh around the seed...". I so picture, and yes, sloe is "trnjina". I like this fruits!

16 December, 2009 19:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are sloe berries or endrinas. Can't get any sloes here in Florida so I put Anisette or Sambuca over frozen blueberries and let them sit for a while and get a drink very similar to the Spanish Pacharan.....smooth with good kick.

02 January, 2011 06:34  

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