Cider Without Apples? An obvious fraud. You definitely shouldn’t try this C19th recipe. Seriously. Don’t do it.
A summer afternoon in June was the perfect time to visit the home of Welsh Mountain Cider.
Here’s an idea for preserving your quince harvest, and maybe making quince flavoured cider at the same time.
My twitter-buddy Barry’s article on the history of Pomonas and their origins in cider and perry production is well worth a read.
Sowing apple pips to grow wilding trees? “Facile,” says Mr Evelyn. “Hold my cider”, says Mr Brennan.
This sounds like a tasty twist on a traditional cider.
A review of Marcia Reiss’ social history of the apple, as told from a US-based perspective.
A review of Pete Brown’s new book on the social history and vital importance for the future of English orchards.