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."
The Fruit Grower's Guide, c1891
Bacon Chops with Gooseberry Sauce
Baked Mackerel with Gooseberry
Gooseberry and Elderflower Jelly
Mackerel with Gooseberry
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