Strawberry Season

Strawberry season for us in New England is a few weeks away.

There really is something about sitting in a field full of strawberry plants, the sun shining down on your face, the birds singing and the smell of life in the air.

I’ve always loved quiet moments, those moments you smile to yourself because you just know they’re special. Like when the sun shines down at a certain angle and you swear you see angels coming down from heaven.

Or when you smell lilacs in the air or when you hear waves lapping on the shore, those simple pleasures in life that so many of us take for granted.

Do me a favor and go strawberry picking this year. Go when there’s not a lot of people, when your family will have a row to yourselves. Sit or squat down among the berries. Feel the warmth of the sun and listen to the birds up above, watch the wind blow the leaves all around and pick those bright red juicy strawberries.

Maybe try one of these recipes with your bounty:

Strawberry Skillet Cake

Strawberry Pie

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Strawberry Lemonade

French Strawberry Cake

xo Jodi


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Cheryl Bosworth Cramer says:

    Will there ever be a cookbook #2 ?!?

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    1. Jodi says:

      Maybe one day Cheryl!


  2. stateeats says:

    Strawberry picking is THE BEST! My mom’s bday is in June and every year she goes strawberry picking for it, no matter where she is. She has picked strawberries all Europe! I remember going as a kid and eating more strawberries than I picked, so glorious! -Kat

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    1. Jodi says:

      Isn’t it!?
      And hand picked fruit is far superior!


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