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Thread: Beautiful Blackberries

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    Look at the size of these. Got them at a little farm store close by..I've never seen them this big before..
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    I have some growing in my orchard.. The small ones are wild blackberries and are tart and the big boys are the sweeter ones.. They are yummy aren't they?!?! I love makin jams with them..

    Looks like you have the makings for a yummy pie in your future... Lol.

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    droool ... drooooool ... :D Beautiful berries! Lucky you! .. Enjoy! :D

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    YUMMY!! A Blackberry cobbler sounds good.

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    Looks yummy!!! --drool--

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    Oh my goodness, It's almost midnight here and all I want to do is go in the kitchen and make a Blackberry cobbler...I will resist, I will resist...till tomorrow, anyway..LOL

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    Actually, I believe those are marionberries. In my opinion, they're better than blackberries!

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    MMmmmmmmmm I picked a nice bowl full of those yesterday from my back yard. Have only a couple volunteer vines but the produce a lot. Already had some Blackberry cobbler last week from my berries

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    Keep some of the seeds and see if you can get them to sprout. They would probably need some time in the fridge, to mimic the cold of winter after they are ripe.

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    They look yummy! I like to make pies with blackberries.
    Blackberry pie and vanilla ice cream. Making myself hungry.

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    I got some last week, the biggest and best ever. I want to go get more Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish
    Actually, I believe those are marionberries. In my opinion, they're better than blackberries!
    Well I live in Marion so that is appropriate...LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Keep some of the seeds and see if you can get them to sprout. They would probably need some time in the fridge, to mimic the cold of winter after they are ripe.
    Oooowww, I didn't think about that, I'll try it. I know my fig trees are loaded too so I'll have a lot of figs too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    YUMMY!! A Blackberry cobbler sounds good.
    oooooo......sure does!!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: If you make it, we will come!!! :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    YUMMY!! A Blackberry cobbler sounds good.
    oooooo......sure does!!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: If you make it, we will come!!! :lol: :lol:
    LOL Not too many people know this but I have this problem...if I make it I will eat it all, every bite.There will be none left. .It's a problem I have with pies and powered donuts!! :roll:

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    Mouth watering

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    Ummmm.... Love those berries!

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    hmmmm, blackberry wine comes to mind...

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    They look YUMMY!

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    give them to shon and get a pie!!!!!

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    I loooove blackberries. Those look awesome.

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    I bought some yesterday here at a farmers market in Al. they are very good. I made a blackberry bar with some and have enough for a pie or cobbler...yum!

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    The blackberries are all done here in South Arkansas. My thorny ones were big, but not that big. I picked gallons of them. The thornless ones are just now done. They aren't so big and aren't as prolific. The cardinals got the last of them.

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    Those are beautiful berries, cobbler & ice cream does sound good. We don't have any fresh blackberries here, so I'm limited to frozen.

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    WOw only ones I've seen that big are mulberries. So what time will the pie be ready?

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