This fascinating history of orchards and in the English landscape is essential reading for pomologists and social historians alike.
Max’s latest episode takes a look at the tradition of wassailing and shows us how to make one of the classic wassail beverages.
This panoramic overview of humanity’s relationship with fruit is a must-have for any pomological collection.
If it’s a fruit-pressing technological breakthrough that you’re looking for, you need look no further.
Check out Mike Viney’s online collection of antique apple peeling / coring / slicing machinery.
In part one of this article I explore the detailed story of the dried, pressed apple dessert known as the ‘Norfolk Biffin’.
Bubonic Plague? Pleurisy? Gervase Markham has just the thing to get you back on your feet again.
Here’s a snippet from a 19th Century gardening magazine – sounds like it might be interesting to try.
A rather interesting new series on cider apple varieties has just started on the ‘Turn Them All Into Cider’ blog.
A chance glance at a Tweet sparks hours of enjoyable research into old apple varieties and this very long-read piece.