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Sunday, 13 July 2014

Foraging ...


From the plum tree in my sister's garden yesterday, washed and ready to make plum crumble today.


Delicious. 

11 comments:

  1. Ooh, that looks yummy... no custard over the top? xx

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  2. Looks yummy. I've just made strawberry and rhubarb crumbles today.

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  3. Oh, lovely. I can eat crumble made with any fruit, for any meal. Yep, even breakfast.

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  4. Delicious! I think plum is my fav... xx

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  5. Ooh plum crumble. I haven't seen any ripe plums yet. My mum usually has lots on her tree but they will be ages yet by the look of it .

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  6. Nothing ripe up north yet so we're still on rhubarb.

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  7. I love picking fruit from trees and making something from it. Plum crumble would be my choice too! Drowned in custard or cream no doubt. I'm very greedy.
    Lucky you having a source of such lovely fruit.
    S x

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  8. Oh yum! That's it, I'm off to a place where a hidden plum tree sits. x

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  9. Mmmm that sounds delicious! I don't think I have ever tried plum crumble but not a bad idea at all!!!

    enjoy!!

    Amanda x

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  10. I'm just catching up with everyone after my break from knitsofacto, and reading through your last few posts I'm feeling hungry now, and craving soft cheese. That St. Eadburgha on toast looks scrummy!

    (I hope you don't get this twice, I got a time out error the first time I tried to post it.)

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  11. It seems to be a good year for plums. An allotment neighbour has a tree that is positively bowed down with purple plums. She's hardly ever there though and I will be very distressed if they go to waste. Here we are making the most of the last of the rhubarb - jam today, jam tomorrow.
    (For some reason your post don't always appear on my bloglovin even though your on my list. V frustrating.)

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