Loganberries are red, blackberry-shaped berries with a sweet-tart taste. Some botanists consider the loganberry a separate species, while others say the berry is a cross between a raspberry and a blackberry. The berries are named after California Judge J.H. Logan, who discovered them in the 1800s.
Tapioca is a starchy substance found in the cassava plant. The quick-cooking variety is in pellet form (also called pearl tapioca) and can be used in place of cornstarch to thicken sauces. When tapioca is used to thicken sauces. When tapioca is used to thicken mixtures, the small round pellet of tapioca will provide texture to the sauce.