Garden fruits Posted on Jul 23, 2015 by lavendermoongirl Just harvested from our rambling garden and made into a gluten and wheat free crumble. The enjoyment is in the discovery of the fruits and picking them! AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
We used to do that as kids as we were one of the first families in a new subdivision. There were wild black berries bushes all around us. They were big, fat and oh so juicy. We used to eat a lot more than we took home – our lips and tongues were bright red – a big giveaway. Your crumble sounds divine.
Thanks Raewyn. You have lovely childhood memories, your wild blackberries sounds delicious. I love to make crumble. There’s alot of rhubarb about now so I feel I may make a rhubarb and ginger crumble. I can’t resist….! 🙂
I recognize the gooseberries, but what are the dark ones. My mother use to have a gooseberry bush years ago and I loved to put a few green, sour ones in my mouth and feel my face pucker.
The red ones are gooseberries, I’m not sure what type they are as the previous owners planted them at least 20 year’s ago. They are deliciously sweet. I mingled all berries and made a crumble topping. Good luck finding them. If I find out their name I’ll let you know. 🙂
Yes, the red gooseberries are sweet and the green ones are sour. I prefer the green. Just wondering about the other darker berries. We have Saskatoon berries that look similar.
Sorry Olga, the small ones are called blackcurrants. There are redcurrants too. They make great jelly.:-)
Thanks. Cheers! Hope you have a great week-end.
Hope you have a great weekend too. 🙂