Today's Geo Quiz --- is jammin'. There's a place in Central Europe where you can find homemade jams like no other.
They're made by Romanian women in a handful of villages that date back to the 13th century.
These villages lie in the shadow of the Carpathian Mountains in a historic region of what is now Romania.
Generations of women here have made fresh jams from locally grown rhubarb, wild strawberries, and sour cherries:
"It's a rich flavor it's quite unusual, quite tart, not as sweet as perhaps the jams we are used to, not as thick but it certainly has a rural and very wild flavor to it."
These wild jams are on a list of so called "endangered foods".
They're delicacies that are vanishing from dinner tables and local markets. More about that list when we reveal the answer.
For now try and name this Central European region where you can still find wild cherry preserves like the kind your great, great, great grandmother used to make...