Macro Monday: Nov 9
Something seasonal and linked to my visit to my recent visit to Armagh. Curiously, this has PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) status although it comes from Nottinghamshire.
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A Bramley apple.
very good 🙂
A first – the Nottinghamshire pinned it down.
🙂 well done
Yes I agree: Bramley apple…great to bake with.
well I must be thick lol I looked earlier and couldn’t guesseven after stewing up loads of them
LOL! well you were looking for maggots then, not the finer details!
but I have got a awful head cold so that’s my excuse
As long as you didn’t sneeze while you were cooking them that’s ok