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bakeapple

(ˈbeɪkˌæpəl)
n
(Plants) Canadian the fruit of the cloudberry

bake•ap•ple

(ˈbeɪkˌæp əl)
n.
Canadian. cloudberry.
[1775–85]
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Noun1.bakeapple - creeping raspberry of north temperate regions with yellow or orange berriesbakeapple - creeping raspberry of north temperate regions with yellow or orange berries
raspberry, raspberry bush - woody brambles bearing usually red but sometimes black or yellow fruits that separate from the receptacle when ripe and are rounder and smaller than blackberries
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Not only are edible berries fundamentally healthful, but even hitherto unknown (to visitors) varieties, such as partridgeberries and bakeapples, come in familiar shapes, sizes and colours.
Look for roadside stands in midsummer, or pick your own blueberries, strawberries, partridgeberries or bakeapples (Karr 2002: 9).
What's Lost The Labrador coastline is a spill of islands, salt-shaker tumble of stone, a cartographer's nightmare - on the coastal boat 50 years ago the third mate marked his location after dark by the outline of a headland against the stars, the sweetly acrid smell of bakeapples blowing off a stretch of bog to port or starboard, navigating without map or compass where hidden shoals shadow the islands like the noise of hammers echoed across a valley.
Dessert was a slice of cheesecake topped with a delicious local delicacy, bakeapples.
The strawberries begin around the end of June, followed by skunk currants, raspberries, bakeapples (cloud-berries), blueberries, squashberries, partridgeberries (foxberries or lingonberries), blackberries, and finally marsh berries and cranberries in October.
In Newfoundland, where they are more abundant, bakeapples are sold as a fresh fruit, but, in short supply on Ile Madame, they are hoarded to make jams and jellies for special occasions.
Admittedly, when large expanses are covered, in the case of searching for bakeapples or cranberries, men often do come along.
Berries of every persuasion--blueberries, cranberries, partridgeberries, bakeapples, currants, dewberries, and brambleberries.
I then removed one for Reuben Snow of Bay Roberts, who was extremely nervous at first but was so pleased with the results that, when I refused payment, he offered to get me a bottle of bakeapples.
Max Earle brought me out a bottle of bakeapples and another from Mrs.
Pocius notes that blueberries were second only to bakeapples in popularity in Calvert where community members used them for wine, jams, and pies.
In late summer and early fall they gathered raspberries, marsh berries, squashberries, blueberries, and bakeapples to make jams, tarts, preserves, and wines for the winter months ahead and to provide local delicacies for tourists.