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Communities reporter Rachel Richardson is on a mission to prove vegetarians eat more than lettuce. She shares both her graduate work on American food culture and food-related news.. E-mail her at rrichardson@enquirer.com.

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Saturday, March 10, 2007

Blueberry morning


On rainy, lazy Saturday mornings, I'm thankful for my stash of hand-picked blueberries, stored in the freezer, that I pour onto my Cheerios every morning, with either brown sugar or honey, and skim milk. I've picked blueberries at an Indiana farm for the past two summers, and thankful I picked considerably more this past summer. The year before, I'd run out of blueberries by now. I certainly have no memories of eating blueberries when I was a kid (it was going to pick strawberries here in Cincinnati, and having raspberry vines in the backyard). But all my friend's babies (including my niece, in the picture) seem to LOVE blueberries - even if they do get a little messy.


3 Comments:

at 4:44 PM Blogger Matt Morris said...

growing up in louisiana, my grandmother had many blueberry bushes, and it was a common popcicle alternative in our family to eat the blueberries frozen, right out of the freezer. as i got through high school, etc. this 'treat' spread in popularity among mine and my brothers' friends (our addiction to the seasonal Rainer cherries did as well).

 
at 10:56 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come The Foodie Report link isn't always listed? I was just on the Footnotes blog and yours wasnt on the Bloglist but it came back when I went over to the Pop Culture blog.

 
at 10:59 AM Blogger Nicci King said...

Good question, Anon! I just checked it out and found the same thing... Odd. I'll look into it.

Thanks for the heads up!

 
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