I have to say that I’m getting to like my strawberries!
I picked some this morningto have after lunch and with my breakfast in the morning.
Anyway there’s plenty to go round so…strawberry anyone?
THESE LOOK WONDERFUL! Flighty, are these as sweet as they look? Very pretty and perfect for accompanying your breakfast 🙂
Nikki yes they really do taste every bit as good as they look! *Said biting into yet another one inbetween typing this!*
That’s the third lot I’ve picked so far with lots more to come! xx
Nice strawbs dude! ;o)
Daffy nice to look at, even nicer to eat!
Does that mean that you’re a dudette? xx
Those look extremely tasty. I haven’t had a strawberry patch since I lived in Washington. The turtles ate every one of them before I could get to them.
Deyank they certainly do and are! Mine are shared before picking with birds and slugs. Turtles are rather more exotic and not a problem here!
Yum – my favourite! 🙂
VP they’re very nice, but not my favourite! xx
They look delicious and I bet they are far tastier than those you would buy in the supermarket. Send me over some asap, please! 🙂
Jenny they taste delicious. I’m sure they are, and a darned lot cheaper as well!
I would if I could! xx
Oh they are pretty, and such a nice consistent size, and really quite red too! Because you get to pick them when they are ripe, to eat; rather than when green, to ship. Nice! xx
Liv thanks! They do vary considerably in size but the smallest and largest ones aren’t on the plate!
Picking and eating like this makes all the difference doesn’t it! xx
Scrumptidelicious! What a fresh and tasty harvest ~ I can smell and taste them from here ~ Congratulations on growing such a fine healthy crop~
Glo most definitely, and thanks! xx
Oh, and PS ~ nice presentation with great photos, as well 🙂
Glo thanks again, I’m pleased with both! xx
I must check on my strawberry plants today before the woodlice get to feast on the lot! My favourite way of eating them is with double cream, although I have been known just to pick ‘from plot to mouth’! I don’t eat cereal as I don’t like milk with it. I do eat muesli though, and have it with natural yogurt every morning before leaving for work. x
Louise I notice that birds have had their share of mine as well! I’m happy to eat them as is, much as I like double cream! xx
Well done, that man! They look fab. How many plants have you got on the go?
Angelfeet hello and thanks! They taste as fab as they look, and I picked the same amount again today. I’ve got eight plants which plot neighbour Joe kindly gave me during autumn 2007.
Take care, and have a good weekend! xx
Oh they look wonderful! We have some wild ones in our garden, which are tiny explosions of strawberryness.
Daphne thanks, they taste wonderful too!
Your comment conjures up such a vivid image! xx
Hmmmm… I love strawberries, and yours are really beautiful, they look like delicious. Congratulations, my friend!
Lady drid hello! I’m sorry that you can’t have some as I’m sure you’d really like them.
Many thanks! Take care, and hugs! xx
yes please! i want some of those on toast. or on a scone with cream.
Crazykites I’d willingly share them if I could as there’s still plenty to be had!
I’ve never heard of them being eaten on toast before! xx
What wonderful-looking strawberries.
Liz thanks, they always taste as good as they look as well. xx
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