[NAFEX] Bramley Apple (stop me)

Ed Fackler efackler at woh.rr.com
Sun Aug 28 18:25:57 EDT 2005


Rodney:

     Remember the brit hort writers can certainly be as windy as amerikan
hort writers.

     You might want to consider both Suncrisp and Goldrush for both culinary
and fresh eating qualities.

     We had Bramley for at least 15 years and in most seasons, it was not
edible.

ed

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[mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org]On Behalf Of Rodney Eveland
Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2005 6:55 PM
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Subject: [NAFEX] Bramley Apple (stop me)


I still find it hard to believe that an apple can have such devotees
as the Bramley does. Do we have anything similar in America that likes
zone 4 and heavy clay?

The following site is "The Brammy award"

http://www.bramleyapples.co.uk/events_brammy_awards.htm

check out their opinion of our pies (I disagree)
http://www.bramleyapples.co.uk/apple_pie_facts.htm

Either this apple is very, very good (for cooking) or the Brits are
crazy.

http://www.bramleyapples.co.uk/recipes.htm

I am going to turn my computer off now as I do not have access to
these apples>


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