Strawberry bliss

Berries aren’t forever, and our somewhat local strawberry fields have nearly reached picking limits at the close of their strawberry season. We managed to find a few Texas strawberries just in time this week at Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls. The berries provide plenty of reason to be thankful, but what I really appreciate is Sweet Berry Farm’s candor when it comes to fire ants.

I give this farm top points for sharing an inconvenient truth. Here’s to berry picking and future harvests at the farm.

Try this salad recipe with your fresh strawberries.

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