Posted: 05/08/2016 at 17:08
Raspberry vinegar is very good (I'm searching for my recipe, but there are loads on line). It can be diluted with soda water and ice for a refreshing drink. It can be drizzled over desserts. If you reduce it slightly it can be used instead of balsamic vinegar. It can also be used in a vinaigrette dressing, which gives an unusual kick to salads.
A dessertspoonful in a small cup of warm water makes a soothing drink for sore throats, too.
I also have made raspberry jelly (kids who don't like pips enjoy this), and the berries can be mixed with any other soft fruit to hand and made into Jumbleberry Jam.
As Dove has said, the fruit freezes beautifully (I still have some In my freezer from last year), both as the individual berries or pureed with a little icing sugar to make a coulis (instant sauce for ice-cream).
Raspberry curd would be interesting - though I haven't made it. Apple and cinnamon curd is delicious, and I see no reason why raspberry curd (perhaps with a dash if kirsch?) wouldn't work well. Be inventive!