Haws -

The fruit of the Hawthorn, known under various names and found in numerous varieties all over the world - the English "May," the Summer Haw or Yellow Thorn, etc. The berries - yellow, orange, purple or red in color - are more useful than is generally known. They vary in size and flavor, but there are a number which make a pleasing breakfast or dessert fruit, and as such are popular in the south of Europe. They are also used in the manufacture of Hawthorn Liquor, an intoxicant, and cooked for various pastry and dessert items.

In some parts of the United States the term "haw" is applied to the SLOE.

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