Monday, June 19, 2017

Bread and Berries, June 19, 2017

Monday Mural and Harvest Monday

Monday Mural
Baldwyn, Mississippi, USA, June 8, 2017
The Bread Man cometh!


The delivery man took a hand-cart load of bread into the store and left the truck door open.
I wanted to go over there and shut the door so the mural would be complete, but I didn't dare!

Harvest Monday: Foraging for berries

Wild Blackberries may not be as large as the cultivated ones, but they are free food!
The birds and other animals scatter the seeds; rain and sunshine make them grow.

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, June 15, 2017

This blackberry thicket is on our property. Please do not forage on another person's property without getting their permission first.


We enjoy adding them to our breakfast cereal. Sometimes we crush the berries with a fork, stir in a sprinkle of sugar, and spread the mixture on toasted bread. Yummy either way!

Have a great week!

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16 comments:

  1. ...truck these days are rolled billboards. Dang those blackberries look good.

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  2. Hello, love the mural on the truck. The berries look delicious. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  3. your cereal looks yummy! we have blackberries in our yard too!

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  4. Those berries do look good!!

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  5. Wild blackberries are indeed tasty! We have a few here but the deer usually eat them all.

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  6. I love foraging, but have not done any this year though I am still eyeing some elderflowers. The blackberries here are beginning to bud, a while awhile from being ready, but I am envious of your harvest.

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  7. I remember, as a child, picking wild blackberries from the hedgerow when I went for aSunday walk with my granddad.

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  8. Mississippi looks like beautiful country. Your wild blackberries look wonderful. We usually went picking in the national forests when we lived in the northwest, huckleberries are my favorite wild berry.

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  9. Wild berries are the best! :-)

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  10. Hi Lea, I'm glad you left the door otherwise we might not have had such an entertaining post, your Blackberries look yum, I have spent many a happy hour picking them.
    Have a good week, Gordon.

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  11. Hope you enjoyed those blackberries Lea. Our wild ones her in the UK are still in flower!

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  12. Wild blackberries certainly are tasty. I used to forage for them years ago but haven't found a patch where I'm at now.

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