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My apple tree is blooming and the blackberries are not even in sight, but I had a craving for my "famous" blackberry and apple crisp. So off to the market I went. I guess you could call it a pre-summer delight. Happy to post the recipe, if anyone is interested!
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I'm sure people would love to see not only your recipe, but also photos and info of your apple tree. Where do you usually get the blackberries from? I used to love picking blackberries when I was in Wales but most years there are far too dry to be worth picking now I'm in Portugal.
 
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My apple tree with the beginnings of a guild around it. The garlic did a good job of preventing the grass from growing under the tree. Not sure what kind of apples they are. Definitely green and I am thinking granny smith.
The blackberries are abundant here in the Rogue Valley. I cut these way back this year, but I am sure they will give me plenty of blackberries, certainly enough to make many berry crisps!
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