Saturday, August 9, 2008

Tis' the Season


Wild blackberries grow in abundance around here. We picked a few along our fence early in the morning. There must be 100 times as many yet to ripen. These ended up in a cobbler, served warm with whipped cream!

10 comments:

Petrea said...

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM! This photo is mouth-watering!

Meead S. said...

Delicious! We often have blackberry jam on our breakfast table. I love it.

Thank you Jill for your visit and comment. Congestion in Mashhad's arterials is awful in peak hours, specially Malek Abad Blvd.

USelaine said...

Oh, yes. Great stuff. Like Oregon, these grow freely down here as well. Your patience and industry are commendable. I tend to just eat them straight from the vines that grow over a section of sidewalk on my street. There's nothing better than truly free food. 8^)

melanie said...

zerved warm ? Waouh ! je n'ai jamais essayé ! Mais en confitures, c'est délicieux !

alaya said...

yes, this is mouth watering! too bad we don't have blackbery in tropical area like here. they only sell the frozen one.

Hilda said...

Now that is one berry I have never seen in Metro Manila, much less taste. I've seen blackberry jams, but all imported.

Jilly said...

Oh fabululoso! I adore wild blackberries. Ours are not quite ripe yet. These looks superb.

Benjamin Madison said...

My very most favorite fruit. Up here ours are not ready yet - maybe a week if we get some good hot weather.

Mary Jo said...

I'm on my way!!

Jan said...

Oh yummo! wish I was there to enjoy it with you.