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  • n. Plural form of strawberry.

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Examples

  • I think I might try using white chocolate chips instead so the flavor of the strawberries is a little more distinct.

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  • You can mix cream, milk, vanilla, sugar and a puree of your favorite fruit (strawberries from the Sunday Farmers Market in Beverly Hills), let it sit in the fridge for 2 hours and proceed with the proper protocol.

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  • We just came in with our first bowl of strawberries from the back yard too … yummy

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  • And all the components - backyard carrots, strawberries from a local farm (Whittamores), and the last of the maple syrup from a sugar bush in the Purple Woods Conservation Area - came together at the perfect moment to celebrate Sugar High Friday (Locavore Treats!) hosted this round by Mmm ...

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  • But my favorite way to eat strawberries is in that classic concoction: strawberry shortcake.

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  • My favorite way to eat strawberries is at the Stagecoach Inn in Salado, TX.

    Long days, strawberry shortcake nights | Homesick Texan

  • As Myra wrote at the table, Ginny made another batch of ice cream using strawberries from the farmstand.

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  • One of the things that always puzzles me about strawberries is how they can have such wonderful fragrance and still have no taste.

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  • She brought the children strawberries from the market and she brought me cabbage -- then stayed to stuff and bake it.

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  • A natural chemical found in strawberries boosts memory in healthy mice

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  • Picking strawberries was my first paying job, as it was for many other kids in our town. The flood-plain of the Watts River was covered in strawberry fields. There were two kinds of picking: market and jam. Market was for dextrous people who were able to remove strawberries from the bushes with the green plug intact on the end. Jam was for the rest of us who just pulled them off willy-nilly and stuffed about half of the harvest in our mouths. At the end of your work session you would take the silver can up to the shed where it would be weighed and you would be paid in cash for the amount you had picked. I loved the delicate pink stains that strawberries left on my fingers, arms and legs. The only tattoos I ever had and how sweet they were.

    November 27, 2007