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According to Luther Burbank, who studied and hybridized raspberries and blackberries more than any other horticulturalist, and wrote his classical 8 volume treatise on Small Fruits and Fruit ...

According to Luther Burbank, who studied and hybridized raspberries and blackberries more than any other horticulturalist, and wrote his classical 8 volume treatise on Small Fruits and Fruit Improvement in 1921; the red raspberry plant was cultivated in Europe for centuries, growing wild from Greece to Spain and to the North from Norway to Sweden

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  • According to Luther Burbank, who studied and hybridized raspberries and blackberries more than any other horticulturalist, and wrote his classical 8 volume treatise on Small Fruits and Fruit Improvement in 1921; the red raspberry plant was cultivated in Europe for centuries, growing wild from Greece to Spain and to the North from Norway to Sweden. History of Raspberries: The Romans spread the seed of raspberries throughout their empire as evidenced by seed of the raspberry vine in archaeological excavations in England that demonstrate that the English were gardeners growing richly with raspberry vines and raspberry bushes. William Prince established the first plant nursery in the American colonies in 1737 in Flushing, New York, that offered among other things for sale, raspberry plants. Luther Burbank introduced many raspberry hybrids into American horticulture. He described brambles, raspberries and blackberries, as being the most complex genetic fruits in American fruit research The raspberry bush or vine grows up to 3 feet in height, and the berry when picked easily separates completely from the stem, requiring no further cleaning or preparation before eating. Wild raspberries are an important wildlife berry for animals and birds to eat, when they ripen in the summer and fall. Raspberries are best marketed by pick-your-own operations, due to the short shelf life, but the demand for raspberries has increased to a point that the berries are flown in by refrigerated air freight to satisfy to the demand for the raspberry. Blown hot of Raspberries to the Horizontal one (Soufflé chaud de Framboises à l'Horizontale) (brouillade aux truffes | selle d agneaurecette) Ingredients: • 600 G of raspberries • 6 egg yolks • 8 white in snow • 3 brandy Cl of wild raspberries • 100g (4 C. with S) of caster sugar • 2 bourbon vanilla sticks Decoration: • 8 mint sheets • 2 dl of raspberry coulis (mixed and sweetened fresh raspberry pulp) Method: Assemble the egg yolks with the 2/3 of sugar, in ribbon, with the beater, add seeds of the 2 vanilla beans cut into 2, brandy and, in the last, the white of Å“ufs in snow tightened well, with the rest of sugar. Lay out raspberries in the middle of each of the 4 dinner plates, in dome, mask raspberries with the device with soufflé, while smoothing with the spatula, and pass the soufflés to the oven during 12 minutes, with 160 degrees. http://www.gourmandia.fr