[Sca-cooks] Historical Apples
ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
Sat Nov 1 19:58:11 PDT 2008
Delighted to hear from you. We sometimes use lady apples to give
away, especially for halloween. They are small and reasonably tasty.
We've only had a few Calville Blanc apples so far, so not enough to
offer an opinion.
>Greetings from a lurker!
> I've read in several places, e.g. allaboutapples.com, that the
>winter white peermain (spelling may be wrong; appologies) is from
>around 1200 in England. I know that this doesn't help so much for
>Al-Andalus, but I thought I'd put it out there.
>Master Cariadoc, what do you think of your lady and caville blanc
>apples? I'm tempted to buy some to use for Christmas treats.
>Lady Cecilia de Cambrige
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