I love blue berries. Usually I just eat them. Occasionally I actually leave enough or buy enough more that I make something. Blueberry pancakes. Blueberry Betty and Buckle (not to be confused with Betty Buckley..
Blueberry Cobbler. Blueberry Pie. Blueberry corn muffins. Blueberry tea-cake ….or was that a pound cake? Lemon pound cake with blueberries???? And Jordan Marsh Blueberry muffins….coming down the escalator, with box tied up with blue twine, hoping to NOT eat them all on the bus, so there would be more then crumbs in the box by the time we got home.
I want to search for the recipe, but I’m not baking in this heat. Turn the oven on? It already feels like the oven is on.
Wasn’t there a blueberry sauce for ice cream????
Blini with blueberry sauce…blueberries cook up just fine.
I’m resisting some serious cookbook/paper file searching, because in THIS heat, salad is the most cooking I’m doing with the berries.
And there aren’t enough left for a pie, so I’ll just have to eat them, and then I’ll go to the Plymouth Farmer’s Market and buy more.
Genius moment. Blue cheese dressing on a salad …..with blueberries on top.
Now about this salad…I actually saw someone at work do it. He had the greens, and blue cheese dressing and then he dumped blueberries on top….
total lunch envy moment.
And evidently cases of SCURVY are up….so I should really eat MORE fruit. 1 cup of blues has 14.4 mg of vitamin C. An orange has about enough for a whole day of C (a woman needs 75 mg – an orange has 70).
Anyhow, I don’t have scurvy, not even close.I just want more blueberries !
I tossed some blue cheese, some blueberries and some smoked almonds on my greens…
…the squishyness of the berries made the nuts seem even bigger and harder then they are. It was like there were bones in my salad. Next time: chop the nuts.
But smoked or spiced nuts are the way to go, to balance the richness of the blue cheese and the sweetness of the blue berries.
A little bacon would not be amiss. Fresh croutons could make the whole thing a meal.
Two blues with bacon and bread – salad of the week at ChezMoi.
Oaks and Blueberry Bushes – Georges Lacombe – 1905 -Indianapolis Museum of Art