Making the Most of Strawberry Season

Last week, we scooped up some local strawberries at the Easton Farmers’ Market’s Strawberry Social and made a few tasty treats. We chatted up some of the farmers and were were a little surprised to find out that strawberry season is almost done.

Done, thanks to an early spring, before we even realized what to do with our berries.

So we cruised around the Internet and found some delicious recipes for those looking to use up their fruit.

A few weeks ago, Feaston made a delicious summer salad that featured strawberries:

If you’re in the mood for a frozen treat, you can easily use this recipe:

Not one of our recipes, but a boozy drink goes down nice on a hot day.

Or how about something on the dessert side?

But, Feaston, what do we do with the leftovers? Don’t throw them out. Try this:

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Filed under Desserts, Sides, Spirits

2 responses to “Making the Most of Strawberry Season

  1. Mmmm. Strawberries. You can also make a quick jam on the stovetop with some sugar and then store it in the fridge for use within a couple weeks. Mmmm. Strawberries.

  2. Kristie

    Yum!!! I’ve got a few strawberry plants that put out tiny berries, but lots of them! I never thought about making them into margaritas! Thanks!

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