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Super-juicy, clearly local, sweet-tart blackberries — just four nice big ones, a classic exercise in proportion-restraint — formed the heart of a seasonal Danish; the barely lacquered, golden-brown exterior of the pastry made a lovely contrast.
Berries, Ricotta & Orange Honey* This brunch pizza is speckled with blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries with a bright orange marmalade and honey drizzled on top.
And this unoaked wine is a fresh expression of ripe dark fruit and soil, with notes of blackberries and cherries framed by minerally structure, cracked black pepper, and a lingering finish of mint.
The Bruce Banner is crafted with pepperoncini vodka, cucumber, pineapple, lime, celery bitters, while the Wonder Woman is made with mezcal, tequila, lemon, blackberry shrub, and pineapple.
The ingredients include pawpaws, blackberries and hops sourced from various Kentucky farms and food producers.
Sangria 1 bottle red table wine 1/2 c. brandy 1/2 c. orange juice 1/2 c. pomegranate juice 2 c. sparkling water 1/4 c. simple syrup blackberriesPut in the refrigerator and let stand over night.
Blackberry harvest is from mid-June to early October.
Outback Steakhouse - Enjoy Patriotic Punch (blackberry moonshine, watermelon puree and country style lemonade garnished with fresh watermelon) for $6 through July 15.
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First Known Use of blackberry
before 12th century
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