Hosted by Kathy @ BermudaOnion
This was one of the ingredients in a recipe posted @ Honey From Rock. I’d never heard of it so I looked it up.
Caerphilly is a hard, crumbly white cheese that originated in the area around the town of Caerphilly, Wales. It is thought to have been created to provide food for the local coal miners.
I saw this word @ Beth Fish Reads in her Stacked Up Book Thoughts post.
Serviceberry is rare in that it offers interest in every season. It kicks off in spring with beautiful white flowers, which develop into tasty purple berries that attract birds in early summer. Or harvest the berries and use them to make delicious jams, jellies, and pies. The plant’s bright green or bluish green leaves turn stunning shades of red and orange in fall, and its silvery bark offers winter appeal. You can grow serviceberry as a large shrub or small tree.