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Celebrate the almighty huckleberry Head to Donnelly next weekend, Aug. 11-13, for the annual Huckleberry Festival, to be held at various spots around town.
There are three choices: butterscotch pudding with marcona almond crumble and salted caramel gelato; a chocolate tart with huckleberries, peanut butter sorbet and toasted peanut crumble; or a selection of seasonal sorbets.
Juniper, huckleberry and Oregon grape all produce interesting berries to add texture to your garden and also attract birds.
Roadside stands tempted with huckleberry pie, cherry jam and bison jerky.
Among the berries discussed were mulberries, wild strawberries, blackberries, black raspberries, wineberries, blueberries, huckleberries, and elderberries.
The Jackalope combines antelope rabbit and pork sausage, huckleberry compote, sriracha aioli and cheddar.
The woods thin to a mix of alder interspersed with big Douglas firs and red huckleberry.
If the weather is nice, you’ll be treated to some stellar views of Mount Rainier, glassy lakes and huckleberry picking.
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