Yes rich, a treasure! I love this photo and seeing big bunches of blueberries like that. Will you be making jam? I just cut about 6 cups of plums for jamming. Homemade is always the best... xop.s. I'm in the process of ordering more linen to print new table runners. I'm estimating they will be ready in about a month. I'll have better photos of everything in the shop at a new site, bird-cafe.blogspot.com... (working on it now!)
wow, that's a lot of blueberries! i remember picking them as a child in the summer holidays. happy times.p.s.: nigel slater's books aren't really veggie, he loves his fish and meat, but i like his general relaxed approach. you could certainly adapt many of the recipes. i would recommend 'the kitchen diaries' to start with. and if you like it, perhaps 'tender, vol. 1) (about vegetables, vol. 2 is about fruit, beautiful too.)
p.s. Thank you for the Elle post! You're such a dear... xo, j.
oh, wow! pretty shot of pretty berries, so much prettier than the capers we've been picking!
saw this and thought of you:http://nourish-me.typepad.com/nourish_me/2011/06/one-just-one-.html#comments(recommendations of vegetarian cookbooks.)
but you ARE rich. surely. and the photo... mmmm.
We were lucky enough to stumble upon some wild blueberries growing on our hike through the woods this weekend. It did feel like such a treasure trove!