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damson

1. a small rosaceous tree, Prunus domestica instititia (or P. instititia), cultivated for its blue-black edible plumlike fruit and probably derived from the bullace
2. the fruit of this tree
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To make the damson filling, put the damsons and 100ml water in a medium, heavy-based saucepan and bring to the boil over a medium heat.
the moulds again until To make the damson filling, the damsons and 100ml in a medium, heavy-based and bring to the boil a medium heat.
Turn the heat up a touch and cook for a further 3-5 minutes, until the damsons are tender.
4 The copper and iron in damsons makes them great fruits for your circulatory system.
Picking damsons off the tree In ones & twos Into the palm to
Plums are a traditional British favourite but the combination with Damsons is a British flavour that has not been done before.
'Damsons'' oedd yr enw roddwyd iddynt gan y wraig oedd piau''r hen goeden.
Damson Weekend, Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty - visitors can pick their own fruit, learn more about damsons or sample awardwinning damson jam in the tea room.
A rustic, food-friendly red, with spiced damsons on the nose, black cherry fruit laced with savoury undertones and hints of mulberry and damsons on the plummy finish.
DAMSON JUS 250g damsons/800ml good quality chicken stock/300ml red wine/ trimmings from the partridge 250g damsons/800ml good quality chicken stock/300ml red wine/ trimmings from the partridge METHOD HALF and de-stone the damsons.
She sets to picking damsons off the bush, some of which have started falling already, just as Nannon said.