i think that blackberries...


... are my favourite fruit.

Hares are my favourite animals.

My favourite colour is palest palest creamy green, the colour of small white butterflies and the inside of apples.

My favourite drink is tea.

11 comments:

sweetmyrtle said...

i think we have the same collander... and taste in fruit! what are you making? do tell x

Feltmaker said...

You like a lot of the same things I do!

I have a colander of blackberries in the kitchen. Crumble is where they'll end up - along with some foraged apples.

silverpebble said...

What a delicious list. Hares are very beautiful aren't they? I have a hare-related commission at the moment. The animals at the top of my list are otters and newts.

Gilly said...

Where did you get those blackberries??? Haven't seen any yet, but haven't been out and about, either!

Hares are magical, but I think I like birds best!

Gigibird said...

I'm glad you like blackberries.
I always think of cave people picking blackberries...and my distant ancestors for some reason.

Frances said...

Hello Sue,

How I do love ripe summer blackberries!

When I first saw your picture, I thought ... what a marvelous composition ... all those spheres, circles, dots, some flat surfaces, some very textured. Inspiration for an artist and a cook?

xo

cocoa and blankets said...

what a lovely refreshing post...I love the clean crisp feel to you peaceful and inspiring blog...cant wait to meet up...

melissa said...

oh, yum. blackberries!!

Tina ♥ said...

Oh, what are you going to do with them...apple and bramble crumble?...with a nice blob of fresh cream...oh what bliss. :)

Sue said...

The blackberries were so deliciously sweet and juicy that we ate them fresh with ice cream - a rare treat as they are often pippy, but these ones were sublime. The rain has finished them all off now I fear, so we'll have to wait til next year for more.

theMuddledMarketPlace said...

How can we have finished our blackberries by the end of August?
Tis crazy days in our city!
I'm still finding some under trees though, some that stand in sunshine strong enough to fight of the dampness...