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Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

These sound delicious! I don't think I have ever seen them before. I will look into getting some of the seeds for next year, though!


I've been wondering what these taste like. There were some at Yuno's stand at Union Sq today.

De in D.C.

We're lucky to get ground cherries as part of our CSA share. I made jam with mine this year - so yummy!

Jennifer Perillo

Maggie - you should definitely pick up a container to taste. It's a real treat.

Delora - Please post a link in the comments if you have a post with that recipe. Ground cherry tomato jam sounds quite nice!

Lisa Teiger -

My british chef hubbie calls these "cape gooseberries" they are delicious, especially from the farmers markets here in NYC, although occasionally you find them year round in Chelsea Market at Manhattan Produce.

We love to use them on fruit platters by pulling back the husk but not disconnecting and dipping the gorgeous fruit into dark chocolate - pretty look - fabulous taste with a built in "handle"

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