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Category: Berry Bulletin
One Green Planet
10 Refreshing Ways to Use the Last of Your Summer Berries
One Green Planet
Berries are summer’s most natural sweet treat. From strawberries in June, blackberries in July and now blueberries in August, each summer month brings a new berry to be enjoyed. With long summer days winding down, it’s time to enjoy the last of these …
Telegraph.co.ukMelon and berries in elderflower and lemon syrupTelegraph.co.ukMelon is great with berries but you need tart ones to provide contrast. This is also good with a ginger- or thyme-scented syrup. Make it in the same way but add grated ginger…
Dried cranberries mellow out the (sometimes) bitter taste of Red Russian Kale.
Slideshow: More Delicious Kale Recipes
This recipe brings together cheesecake and pie, two of our favorite things. A light cheesecake topping covers a sweet and tangy blueberry filling inside a gluten-free pie crust, and a lavender-scented streusel tops it off. Once you try this pi…
One of my favorite breads to bake: Banana Blueberry Bread Since blueberries are everywhere right now, and they’re available at a decent price… it’s a good time to cook and bake with them. They add such deliciousness to recipes, and their fresh, sweet flavor is very much welcome in the summertime. Here’s a bread you […]
Fresh, in-season blueberries are beautiful just to look at, and even better to taste. They’re delicious for eating out of hand, yet versatile enough to make their way into endless baked goods, desserts, jams, and smoothies—we’ve gathered…
Light and refreshing, ice pops make for the perfect summertime treat. Try Giada De Laurentiis’ Italian Ice Pops featuring raspberries and Food Network Kitchen’s chocolatey Yogurt Fudge Pops.
Raspberry Crushed Ice As you can see above, I went a little overboard in my attempt to celebrate summer raspberries, intending to make a 1/3 batch with red, golden and black raspberries but then the black raspberries went bad and I couldn’t get them again because this is real life so I used blackberries instead […]
Before Joy the Baker was Joy the Baker…. Joy the Baker was a low-level, middle school candy hustler. I used to buy candy from the ice cream truck after school, repurpose it, work it and twerk it, and re-sell the candy to other kids… at a markup of course. I was in it forRead more
This gluten-free strawberry shortcake swaps in Greek yogurt and whipped coconut cream for dairy.