This morning I arrived to work, where another of my colleagues had placed a portion of freshly picked red currants on my desk. My colleague was actually taken by surprice, that the red currants already were matured, anyway they have now moved into the rumtopf.
So remaining on my list of "fruit supplier" I have the following fruits:
Content in Rumtopf as of today:
- Rhubarb + sugar
- 580 g strawberries
- 290 g sugar
- 318 g red currants
- 157 g sugar
Maybe Gooseberries? Even though I am not sure they would suit a Rumtopf, seeing as they are quite acidic...ReplyDelete
thank you very much for suggestion on using gooseberries. I have discussing this idea with the actual owner of the Rumtopf, who also plays an important role in this summer challenge of mine, and she is apparantly having childhood trauma over gooseberries. So I have decided not to include gooseberries in the Rumtopf.
However, I will make some home-made jam with gooseberries this summer, as I have located a gooseberry bush in the neighbourhood, where the owner almost never is at home !!!! so he will not miss these gooseberries.
Gooseberry trauma, how sad for her. But great that you found a little "stash" of them somewhere :)Delete