Berry Blue Edible Honeysuckle: A unique member of the Honeysuckle family native to Eastern Siberia. This very hardy deciduous species has been a valued fruiting plant for ages and yet is virtually unknown in Europe and America. An attractive small bush, it produces tasty small fruits about the size and flavor of blueberries. Small white, slightly fragrant flowers appear in March. Fruit ripens two weeks before strawberries. Very easy to grow with no pest or disease problems.

Haskap, Blue Edible Honeysuckle: A unique member of the Honeysuckle family native to Eastern Siberia. An attractive small bush, it produces tasty small fruits about the size and flavor of blueberries. Very easy to grow with no pest or disease problems.

Haskap jam   2 1/2 cups of fresh haskaps berrie 2 1/2 cups of finely chopped  fresh rhubarb 1 tsp of margarine 6 cups of white sugar 1 pouch of certo  Allow berries and rhubard, margarine and sugar come to a hard boil for 1 minute then remove from heat add certo mix for 5 minutes then add to cleaned jars   Yeild 7 - 250ml

Haskap jam 2 1/2 cups of fresh haskaps berrie 2 1/2 cups of finely chopped fresh rhubarb 1 tsp of margarine 6 cups of white sugar 1 pouch of certo Allow berries and rhubard, margarine and sugar come to a hard boil for 1 minute then remove from heat add certo mix for 5 minutes then add to cleaned jars Yeild 7 - 250ml

Caps off to Haskaps – A Trendy New Berry on PEI

Caps off to Haskaps - A Trendy New Berry on PEI - My Island Bistro Kitchen

Haskap Crumble Squares

Prep Time: 5 min Bake Time: 15 min Ready In: 20 min Ingredients 1 cup Aumack Haskap Ranch Haskap Jam 1 cup Daybreak Mills unbleached flour 1 cup Willow

Pieces of me: Haskap time!

Today I finished picking the Haskaps. What was left is there for the cedar waxwings - with my blessings! 8 pounds are frozen and the remai.

Gourmet S'mores...peanut butter, white chocolate, chai, haskap jam....

Gourmet S’mores…peanut butter, white chocolate, chai, haskap jam….


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