An elegant sufficiency

Monday, September 11, 2006

September sums




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Cheers!

Sloes are dripping from the trees in Gloucestershire this year. Mine came from the Bourton on the Water area and were picked for me (thanks Marjorie and Connie!)

5 Comments:

  • Oh, sloe gin! Lovely!

    I'm tempted by the shawl in your last post too, but mine may be defiantly red.

    By Blogger Mandella, at 5:47 pm  

  • Are they bluets? Is that what sloe gin is? Gin with distillate of blueberries? How neat!

    By Blogger kt, at 4:17 am  

  • I'm don't think a bluet and a sloe are one and the same...a sloe comes from the blackthorn tree - have a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackthorn for a good picture.

    Sloe gin is simply sloes steeped in gin for several months (in my house, a year) with sugar to sweeten. Wonderful warming drink for the winter months!

    You can make a similar liqueur with damsons and maybe blueberries would work as well? I am, however, more of an expert drinker than a maker!

    By Blogger Gill, at 8:03 am  

  • I thought you had to wait for the frosts before one picked sloes????

    wrong again?

    By Blogger Zaz, at 6:34 pm  

  • 2 crates please!!! post haste to Sweden!

    By Blogger Zaz, at 6:35 pm  

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