Gone But Not Forgotten
We have wrapped up another season of blueberry and blackberry picking at Berrybogg Farm which was an early one this year. The crop was almost two weeks earlier opening than in years past and the hot summer weather brought the fruit to ripeness fast and furious. Hopefully you were able to get all the blueberries and blackberries you needed this year for freezing and preserving. The cooking classes were a big success and we decided to continue with some fall classes so check out our website soon for a list of future classes.
The only good thing about closing early is enjoying the last few weeks of summer and having time to visit some other farms. My next post will be a tasty recipe using some great peaches I picked at a local farm and blueberries of course! Until then, enjoy some pictures of this year’s season.
This young gentleman brought his parents on the 4th of July for a fun afternoon of picking his first blueberries. He also picked some mighty fine rocks!
This photo is of our friend Carolyn’s new puppy…he’s adorable and he likes to pick blueberries!
The men of Berrybogg Farm! So cute!
A lovely brunch!
Fabulous Blueberry Rhubarb Galette taught at the brunch class by Chef Beverly
Chef Beverly at the end of a great cooking class!