A new project at the University of Reading needs UK fruit tree owners’ help to record changing blossom patterns.
Here’s another selection of fruit-related stories from the Atlas Obscura archives.
A quick shout out for Christopher Monk’s take on a late fourteenth century quince recipe from The Forme of Cury.
I had a great time on Susan’s Urban Foresty Radio Show, talking heirloom fruit recipes with Brigitte Webster and Paul Couchman.
This festive season, give the gift of fruit trees to help enhance the environment for six urban communities ion the UK.
Plus a potted history of the apple pie, from the fourteenth century to its ‘As American As…’ heyday.
Here’s why VGs is absolutely the best place in north Manchester / south Bury for fresh, seasonal, organic apples, bar none.
Check out Mike Viney’s online collection of antique apple peeling / coring / slicing machinery.
My favourite YouTube channel, Tasting History, takes a look at one of the Renaissance prophet’s kitchen favourites.
Atlas Obscura is a website of the world’s weird and wonderful stuff, and some of it is distinctly orchard flavoured.