By Zuza Zak
In days of old, dried cranberries used to be popular with Baltic sailors, who ate them to prevent scurvy when they were at sea for long periods of time. I could imagine hearty sailors gnawing on salt cod, but cranberries came as a bit of a surprise to me!
In modern-day Latvia I saw ground dried cranberries sprinkled on top of meringues, and so I have used them to create this wintry roulade that’s perfect for the Christmas table. Adding some bright red cranberries to the cream gives