A walk in the countryside in the autumn can soon fill your cupboards if you know what to pick and don’t mind imperfections and insects!

I was tempted to follow in Cee’s and David’s footsteps and make this a numbers of a kind, however whilst I could count the apples and blackberries, I couldn’t actually make up my mind how many hawberries there were. So instead I have reverted to my original title as we were foraging at the time, and look I even found the spirits section!

Almost Sloe Gin!

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106 thoughts

  1. Those blackberries look ripe for the pickin’! My sister-in-law made some blackberry jam this summer. I got 1 jar and it was so amazing that Frank let me have the whole thing. She only made a few jars. Then for my birthday last month, her hubby gave up one of his last 2 jars as a gift to me. I’m still working on it but it is almost gone! πŸ™‚

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    1. So true πŸ™‚

      btw I have edited your link again. Looks like you are copying your url when you are still editing you brilliant post rather than after it has been posted. The pingback is working fine

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