n.— «A fine way to preserve summer fruits is the century-old method called pot pourri or rumtopf or fruit crock. It’s an assortment of fruits mellowed in liquor and sugar in a stone crock for several months to “ripen.”» —“Old-Time Recipe Still Scores Hits” Washington Post, Times Herald Aug. 9, 1962. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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