Rare breed apples-heads up for 2008

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Rare breed apples-heads up for 2008

Postby Cat » Thu Oct 25, 2007 6:02 pm

We just caught the tail end of this yesterday, but Snowshill Manor in Gloucestershire has a rare-breeds/old breeds apple day every October the 21st -ish. They had about 70 varieties, and you were allowed to taste and buy in bulk. Amazing stuff! Lots of knobbly scenty russettish ones, but a number that I'd never heard of before, like the Golden Noble cookers that I bought which are bright gold colour, and have such thin skins that you don't need to pare them to puree them! Apple pie, apple and cheese lattice...


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Postby Nigel » Wed Dec 19, 2007 10:14 am

Ah thanks

know it

russet crop abit down this year BUT that means BIG one for 2008 will reserve youa few pounds if you want em ?


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Postby Cat » Sat Dec 22, 2007 5:42 pm

Yayy! Yes please, young Nigel. My favourite!


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