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SOME WAYS ON USING BLACKBERRIES

... a pint of ripe blackberries and let it stand until cold; bake the pastry for a quarter of an hour. putting a crust of bread in each to prevent the paste rising. Let these cases get cold,and then fill them with the prepared blackberries and syrup. Pile ...

Published: Friday 24 September 1897
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 444 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Blackberry pies

... Blackberry pies BLACKBERRIES are in season this month first come the cultivated ones, then later, the smaller, wild variety. So this is the time to make blackberry pies to eat now or to freeze for winter. They will be more delicious if pastry is left ...

Published: Friday 15 September 1978
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 129 | Page: 18 | Tags: none

Blackberry Picking,

... out of a possible 177 attendances. The girl was kept away from school for six weeks to pick blackberries. The Chairman : You did not see her picking blackberries, Isuppeee Mr. Scott: No, nut the mother told me that. Defendant stated that the child was over ...

Published: Friday 01 November 1912
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 182 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY AND APPLE JAM

... BLACKBERRY AND APPLE JAM. Equal quantities of blackberries and green apples. Wash and stalk the blackberries, peel and core and slice the apples; allow three-quarters of a pound of sugar or half a pound of sugar and a quarter of a pound of glucose to ...

Published: Friday 05 September 1919
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 93 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Think of it ! With memories of blackberrying expeditions. Of stained and pricked fingers : blackened mouths : ..

... believable that children should never have seen blackberries growing, never been out to pick them. But here, incontestably, it was true, there were four children who had never had such joys. This blackberry harvest is all-important: it is a joy for many ...

Published: Friday 19 September 1941
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 534 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

Blackberrying

... Blackberrying The average attendance at school at that time was approximately 150 and it must be remembered that at the age of 11 boys or girls were approaching the beginning of their working life and the majority were already performing cho - res in ...

Published: Friday 05 October 1973
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 91 | Page: 20 | Tags: none

The Blackberry Crap

... The Blackberry Crap. Side by side with the greater harvest —which has proceeded this week uninterruptedly and the quantity and quality are proving, as the appearance denoted, far above the average and a record for nearly half-a-century—there is another ...

Published: Friday 23 August 1918
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 268 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Blackberry Collection

... Blackberry Collection. The weight of blackberries collected by the children attached to the Missenden Centre for last week amounted to tBcwt. 2811bs. WHO IS TO BLAME ? A postcard reached us during the weekend. Pasted upon it is a newspaper cutting and ...

Published: Friday 27 September 1918
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 95 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Blackberry syrup

... Blackberry syrup T.. me, lilnekherries mean pies and jelly. but to fellow traveller of mine on a bus lust week, this Belie - s fruit fr the hedgerows conjures up a picture of rows and rows of bottles of syrup. As she so rightly pointed out, the blackberries ...

Published: Friday 12 August 1960
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 168 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY AND LOGANBERRY PROPAGATION

... BLACKBERRY AND LOGANBERRY PROPAGATION Blackberries and loganberries can be propagated now by the layering method. Bend down the individual growths so that the tips can be buried, thus forming the tip-propagation method of layering. Secure the tip into ...

Published: Friday 22 September 1967
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 138 | Page: 12 | Tags: none

Collection of Blackberries and Chestnuts

... Collection of Blackberries and Chestnuts. The children of the COuncil Schools• under the supervision of the Headmaster and staff, have collected about 2 tons of chestnuts, and about 10 hundredweight of blackberries have been forwarded to the depot. CRORLET ...

Published: Friday 19 October 1917
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 219 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Sugar for Blackberry Jam Making

... Sugar for Blackberry Jam Making. • It was reported that 850 applications were receivedfifoi sugar for blackberry jam making, and 404 allotments were made, 373 of them to persons paying rent of 6/- and under per week. The allotment of 31b. per head per ...

Published: Friday 04 October 1918
Newspaper: Buckinghamshire Examiner
County: Buckinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 58 | Page: 3 | Tags: none