21 Jul

I bought some fresh gooseberries (the sweet, maroon-skinned variety, not the hard green ones) from Central Market this weekend because I have never had them before.  What exactly is the proper procedure for eating these babies?  The flesh of the gooseberry is sweet and squishy while the skin is tart and bitter.  Am I suppose to remove the skin these before eating them?  Anyone have good recipes using gooseberries?


2 Responses to “Gooseberries”

  1. Margie 07/21/2008 at 11:25 am #

    I’m not even sure I knew gooseberries were real! I’ll be interested to see what you find…

  2. Worzel Gummidge 07/23/2008 at 11:57 pm #

    In England we make Gooseberry Crumble as a dessert. Great with custard. Google the recipe.

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