I'm wondering if i should have swedish meatballs and lingonberry preserves for dinner on the theory that lingonberries are like cranberries and swedish meatballs are like... uh, well, and lingonberries are like cranberries, did i mention that part already? Alternately i could continue the tradition of going to del taco for thanksgiving dinner presuming one of the nearby ones is open :)
Speaking of which, i'm wondering how lingonberries are supposed to be high in omega 3 fatty acids (according to wikipedia anyways) when the nutritional info label says they have zero fat. Do omega 3 fatty acids not count as a fat? Or do all the fatty bits get sucked out in the preserving process?