Sunday, 6 September 2015

Silent Sunday - September 6th 2015




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  1. miam miam, tasty Norman apples, from your trees I presume.

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    1. Of course - we had almost no apples last year so this year it making up for that.

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  2. These look great! I can think of so many things to do with these apples! I love the basket they are in too! Angela from daysinbed xx

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    1. These baskets are for sale in all garden centres etc over here in France and come in all sorts of sizes. I love it too.

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  3. Oh, I wish we had an apple tree in the garden... compote de pommes, tartes aux pommes, pommes au four... miam!

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    1. We had terrible harvest last year but this year is fabulous so I do think some of the recipes you mention will be made soon .... although I suspect it may be the tradition blackberry and apple crumble I make first!!

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  4. Yum, they look good. Our dessert apples aren't ready yet, although our cookers are. Should make a crumble for sunday dinner after seeing these

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    1. All our apples are ready and picked - the Bramleys were particularly plentiful so I do see a crumble coming up very soon! The pears are not yet ready though.

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  5. Rosie, they look delicious! The red just pops. What sort of apples are they?

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    1. I'm not sure of the variety - I think Simon knows so I'll ask him later. They are eaters, I do know that and so tasty!

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  6. Ohhh, looks like fall is on its way. I am going to miss these seasonal cues, we've had nothing but hot sun with cloudless skies.

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    1. Mind you, nothing wrong with weather like that! Where are you?

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  7. What a bumper crop, are they from one of your trees? I hope you enjoy them. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. Yes they are ours - the apple harvest is very bountiful this year :)

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  8. That looks like a good harvest! Will they all be edible? We had an apple tree at our old house and every apple seemed to be destroyed by birds or wasps!

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    1. Oh yes - a few have a bit of damage to so will eat/cook those first. Apples don't last long in our house though!

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  9. Our apple tree has only given us a few apples this year but then it was only planted last year - looks like a good harvest

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    1. We had almost no apple last year but this year is fabulous!

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  10. a fabulous basket of fruit. looks very autumnal.

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    1. Although it is still lovely and warm here in Normandy.

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  11. Oh, wowsers - these look gorgeous. Yummy!

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  12. They look fresh and juicy, what did you make with them?

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. Nothing as yet but they taste lovely as they are eaten fresh from the basket.

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  13. My flowers and veggies were infested by caterpillar =(

    #mysundayphoto

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  14. These look so delicious - and have so much potential to be so many different dishes :) #mysundayphoto

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    1. And this is only some - I have a wheelbarrow 3/4 full of Bramleys too :)

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  15. A wonderful collection, our orchard is lacking by comparison!

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  16. Oh wow that's going to keep you going for ages! :)

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    1. Possibly not with my load wolfing then down!

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  17. your harvest just keeps on growing

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    1. It is certainly a good apple year - no plums though.

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  18. Lovely! Apple cake, apple pie, apple tart, apple cider. Anything else?

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    1. Apple Chutney, apple crumble, baked apples, apple sauce with roast pork ... lucky I also have a wheelbarrow full of bramley apples!

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  19. Oh how much fun collecting apples! Yummy! What a pretty picture. x #mysundayphoto

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  20. Isn't this time of year great? Looks like you have a bumper crop there. We picked out apples this afternoon too - well, a couple of baskets. I love this time of year
    Enjoy your haul!
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    #SundayPhoto

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    1. I will ... and a neighbour says we can collect her apples too.

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  21. That Looks Yummy,I Like so much to eat apples,really delicious....

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  22. Yummy harvest there! Apple pie coming? :) xx

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    1. Crumble first I think - that is my favourite!

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  23. Looks like you've had a good year for apples :)

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    1. We have - they should keep us going for months as this is just some of them!

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