What to Do with 10 Pounds of Strawberries


| 6/25/2009 1:31:00 PM


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Brent and LeAnna Alderman StersteBefore we get to the subject of strawberries, you must go read Kitchen-Geeking’s response (A Little Bit About Knitting) to Brent’s last blog about knitting. An interesting cross-application to cooking as pleasurable work.

And on to the strawberries:

We picked ten pounds of berries and probably ate another ten!

After having massive berry envy all week from hearing friends talking about the strawberries in their CSA farm-shares, we had to get ourselves to the U-pick fields.

Mabel just before she picked and ate her own strawberry.

We filled up the 10-pound container they gave us easily enough. It wasn’t until we got home that we discovered that 10 pouds of rapidly ripening fruit was not going to stay fresh long, and we had to act quickly.



A strawberry lemon tart.

Michael
7/6/2009 4:56:08 PM

Hi there...I know what you mean...We picked 37lbs. this past weekend and I'm trying to figure out what to do with them all... Can you send me your recipe for the Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Filling? I want to can some of that... Also, please send me the Strawberry Sangria recipe...It also sounds good :) Thanks, Michael






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