LOL, just remember to keep your footing when out picking and don't get run over by a car!Cant wait till they are ready here again this year. Last year I got lucky I was still able to use them as they were in my freezer and the whole fridge crapped out and actually heated everything up in there and I luckily discovered this justy before everything went south. I emptied it out and lost lots of meats as I had it full and couldnt cook everything up. The temps actually got up to around 97* in there as I kept it running after I emptied it for the service man to check it out and it was still getting hotter in there.
LOL. you should be done with the blackberries by then so you can start to pick elderberries but I'm not sure how it is down there but the birds go crazy after them here. I'm putting an owl decoy besides the one in our back yard and the ones I see along the road, I'm picking the blossoms.Here in Florida they are every where on the road sides. It seems they bloom for almost two months, with the heaviest coming on right now. It's generally late June and early July before the berries are really abundant.
I've never had elberberry pie...I have a small grove of elderbushes in my back yard because I love the pies,
but I can't seem to get enough before the birds get them. I like the idea of an owl decoy. going to have to get one of those.
remind me not to eat any pie that you made.make or buy crust, put elderberries and sugar maybe in there and bake!
I'd love to. It's actually quite simple.I've never had elberberry pie...
care to share the recipe?