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I was just going to say 'pigs trotters' yum, also proper pig's head brawn (a great favourite of Wonky's too). Also known in Norfolk as Pork Cheese.
Topbird - can I have your share of tripe and whelks please
Country children were sent out gathering the hips from R. canina (the wild dog rose of the hedgerows) during the war and afterwards to make rose hip syrup.
Loads of them out there for free in late summer/early autumn
The hips of Rosa pimpinellifolia are small (think very small hard dry black currants) and of no culinary use that I can imagine - that being said they're gorgeous little roses, lovely in a small vase, and one of my favourites