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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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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.
MAIN COURSES Meat: Wye Valley duck, parsnip and damson jam This was perfectly nice - well-cooked duck accompanied by the compatible flavour of parsnip.
Place grains into a bowl, pour over MARK GREENWAY'S ROASTED PARTRIDGE, SPELT RISOTTO, DAMSON JUS (serves four) SPELT RISOTTO INGREDIENTS 200g spelt/1 ltr good quality chicken stock/2 200g spelt/1 ltr good quality chicken stock/2 banana shallots, peeled and finely diced/1 banana shallots, peeled and finely diced/1 clove of garlic, crushed/25g butter clove of garlic, crushed/25g butter METHOD SWEAT WEAT WEA THE shallot and garlic in the butter THE shallot and garlic in the butter until it becomes translucent and soft.
She puts the basket down and carries on collecting the damsons.
This new fruity big pot will also feature an on-pack offer giving consumers the chance to instantly win one of 500 English fruit trees, with varieties including Conference Pears, Victoria Plums, Discovery Apples and Damsons.
It, nevertheless, has enough acidity to hold its own with most food and has a really appealing flavour somewhere between damsons and blackcurrants.
We grow our own damsons for our damson yoghurt, which is one of our biggest sellers and a flavour you don't come across often.
Damson Weekend, Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty - visitors can pick their own fruit, learn more about damsons or sample awardwinning damson jam in the tea room.
The Hawkshead Brewery and Strawberry Bank Liquers have successfully experimented with adding locally-grown damsons to produce damson beer.
Add all of the chicken stock, turn dd all of the chicken stock, turn down the heat and simmer for two hours until down the heat and simmer for two hours until the spelt becomes swollen and has absorbed the spelt becomes swollen and has absorbed all of the liquid 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.
Damsons are ideal for growing cooking fruit - either simply stewed with lots of sugar or turned into jam.