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    Quote Originally Posted by luvthemouse, post: 25851
    For some reason, they are stupid expensive in the stores here too. When we picked, they were under $2 a pound. In the stores, they are about $3 a PINT! Much cheaper to pick your own..

    I *think* when I got some at Christmas they were $5 for about 100g - that's about 3 1/2 oz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Figment, post: 25858
    Glad the buckle went over well! We had leftovers again tonight for dessert...warmed it in the microwave and then served with vanilla ice cream.

    Tink's savory suggestion sent me looking...I can't vouch for these personally, but the allrecipes site has lots of user reviews you can check out.

    Rosemary Chicken with Blueberry Sauce


    Grilled Salmon Steaks with Savory Blueberry Sauce


    Chicken Berry Salad

    All three sound rather tasty.


    And Tink...of course great minds like ours think alike.
    I love rosemary, I am going to have to try this one!












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    HOLY COW!!! When we picked yesterday, they were $2.25/pound and they are DELICIOUSLY sweet and juicy.

    OOOOH Figment, those sound EXCELLENT! I'm a huge fan of Salmon!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaqld, post: 25859
    I *think* when I got some at Christmas they were $5 for about 100g - that's about 3 1/2 oz
    Quote Originally Posted by beccaberry, post: 25862
    HOLY COW!!! When we picked yesterday, they were $2.25/pound and they are DELICIOUSLY sweet and juicy.
    Well you guys will just have to come here to pick next year!!
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    You ladies are making me VERY hungry with all this talk of blueberries, and making savoury sauce out of them.





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    LOL!! Ok...so I've just been to the store and bought pectin and mason jars....Jon and I are " cannin' " tonight....

    Just thought I'd let you know...in case you heard the sirens...




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