Blueberry baking


Within the course of a week or two after blueberry picking I made a pie, scones, pancakes, a tart and cobbler. I rarely have time to bake at home, so I think I over saturated my family when we were at Elmwood. (Admittedly I saved the tart and cobbler baking for Brooklyn, sometimes one does not want to share these things, even with those you love.)





Wild blueberry pie with homemade whipped cream (not too sweet). I think I could sustain myself on this and nothing more. Starting tomorrow, I will try.

22 comments:

  1. Yum! This looks completely delicious!

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  2. Looks fantastic. As always, great pictures!

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  3. Yummmy! I make my husband a homemade vegan blueberry pie every year for his birthday. I use organic berries from the grocery store. I'm sure they don't even compare to fresh picked.

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  4. Agh! It's so beautiful! Mmmmm, I want pie...

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  5. This looks so yummy ! Reminds me of the one my step mother used to bake when I visited her place in the States :) ! There's definitely something comforting about those recipes.

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  6. It was perfect.... the goo nicely congealed, yet the berries maintaining pop in your mouth wholeness. By the way, thanks for NOT posting the picture of me licking the plate clean!

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  7. The crust looks like perfection. Tooth-slicing perfection.

    An inquiring cook would like to know if you added any thickener to the berries?

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  8. yum! I want the cobbler + tart! gimme!!!

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  9. berry picking is the best thing to do during the summer...i always eat a few while i'm picking them hehe :)

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  10. Why did i have to look at this before dinner! too much temptation! :)

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  11. If you find that you cannot, call upon me and I will save you.

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  12. mmmm...food porn...

    You can definitely exist solely on pie :)

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  13. Just came across your blog and gotta tell ya I LOVE it! I especially enjoyed some of your posts about your family and your Grandpa - he sound like he was an incredible man.

    I could almost taste that pie too! lol

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  14. Oh, the memories you are stirring, blueberry picking with my childhood friend in Alaska. And that beautiful pie! OMG!!!

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  15. Go on - do it! Blueberries are known to be good for you - high in anti-oxidants - so you'd be doing yourself a favour really! (Not sure about the pastry and cream though ....)

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  17. All of these look SO delicious! I made blueberry coffeecake last week and although it lasted about a day I can't stop thinking about it! There used to be a very old lady near my hometown who would sell blueberry pies on the side of the highway every summer. Seeing her was always an indication that blueberry season had begun!

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  18. Yum, I am now officially famished! Beautiful photos. Pie has never looked so good!

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  19. OH LA LA!!!!! That must have been as tasty as it looks... cheers from Argentina. Your blog rocks and your pics too! :)

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