This is a great recipe for the loads of tiny wild plums that are too small and pesky to pit for jam or fresh eating.A SUMMER SIP
You can taste the smoke, and the history, the oil and the crushed seeds and the garlic, and a hint of mystery at the heart of this elegant dish.DIP IN
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