Monday, July 09, 2007


Olallieberries look like blackberries for a reason - they are descended from them. They are a cross between a loganberry and a young berry - both of which are crosses of blackberry with another berry. Unfortunately we never see them in Washington. I miss them so much it might be reason enough to move back to California. These berries have a short season, usually in June, the end of school was always the trigger and we'd start looking for Olallieberry pies. They are bigger and sweeter than a blackberry. If you've never had them I'd urge you to seek them out.


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