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Leveller Gooseberry

Fruit

A gooseberry sufficiently sweet to be eaten alone. Developed in 1851 by J Greenhalgh of Ashton-under-Lyne.

Described in John Wright's 'The fruit grower's guide' (1891-1894?) as; "LEVELLER. Fruit long, tapering; skin greenish yellow, smooth; early, and excellent; bush spreading, large, and an abundant bearer."


Gooseberry bush
The Fruit Grower's Guide, c1891


See also:
Bacon Chops with Gooseberry Sauce
Baked Mackerel with Gooseberry
Careless Gooseberry
Champagne
Fruit Curd
Goosberry Wine
Gooseberry and Elderflower Jelly
Gooseberry Champagne
Gooseberry Chutney
Gooseberry Crumble
Gooseberry Custard
Gooseberry Fool
Gooseberry Hops
Gooseberry Jam
Gooseberry Ring
Gooseberry Sauce
Gooseberry Tart
Gooseberry Vinegar
Gooseberry Wine
Green Goose
Mackerel with Gooseberry
Oldbury Tart





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