The label says ‘Elstar;’ but the fruit says… something else. Time for another apple i.d. exercise.
Here’s a nice little twist on a standard apple jelly recipe that should add a bit of a tang to your toast.
Here’s a C17th windfall apple apple pie that’s spiced and iced, although the recipe is frustratingly imprecise.
You know what you don’t see enough of these days? A bright green apple pie filling. This C18th recipe tells us how to make one.
A summer afternoon in June was the perfect time to visit the home of Welsh Mountain Cider.
Here’s a quick seventeenth century guide to preserving green or under-ripe fruit: gooseberries, plums, pippins, peaches and grapes.
It’s that fruitlet thinning time of year again! Grab your sharpest snips and head on down to your orchard.
A recently published research paper has outlined some of the possible implications of climate change for orchard growers.
Here’s how I went about creating a ‘family’ apple tree of six varieties, using the rind grafting technique.
Spring-time in the orchard and beautiful blossom buds are about to burst into life. So why is it such a tense and worrying time..?