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  1. Pesky critters-everything has to be watched or it will be eaten! We have every animal you can think of here so growing anything is difficult. I will need to try this recipe out -the vodka and greek yogurt has caught my eye-and of course the awesome picture.

  2. Regan from Cabot Creamery

    I made ice milk just this weekend & used our yogurt in it, too… and wow. It made all the difference. (I did NOT however use Vodka…but now don’t I wish I had? 😉

    This looks super yum.

    Many thanks for the shout out… from our farm family owners to your bowl of strawberry goodness.

    ~Regan

  3. Do you have any netting over your strawberries? The birds are usually the culprits with berries. I gave up on my raspberries this year due to not enough space to get enough berries (and they were taking over my whole garden). Now I just visit my father for his fresh strawberries, raspberries and hopefully blueberries this year. Anyway, he has netting over all of his strawberries. I was there last week and we picked at least a quart and enjoyed them. He complains if they are not perfectly ripe–really really sweet, but the rest of us liked them even if they weren’t that sweet.

    Good luck!

    • Getting some berry netting. I didn’t think I needed it for just 2 pots of strawberries that are located on the porch, but I guess I do. I’m sure the blueberries will be next without it.

  4. ahh… very berry… haha ha!
    it’s a sweet, pink & fresh ice cream! love it! 🙂
    congratz for the top 9 on Foodbuzz !
    greetings from Indonesia 😉

  5. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this post about strawberries, your efforts to grow them and the chipmunk. Your ice cream looks delicious. Your children would have a blast visiting a “pick your own” strawberry farm. It’s a guaranteed fun summer activity. Details on my website in my Summer Strawberry Chocolate Cake recipe post.

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