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  • n. Plural form of huckleberry.


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  • I love huckleberry pie … … mmmmm, fresh picked huckleberries from the mountains.

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  • These rare, gorgeous and delectable intensely dark blue (about the size of blueberries) mountain huckleberries ($4 per 1/2 pint) were purchased this afternoon from Foraged & Found Edibles at Columbia Farmers Market.

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  • Whortleberries, commonly called huckleberries, dried, are a useful medicine for children.

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  • Both oral histories and the written record relate how they carefully used fire to revitalize food plants such as huckleberries and camas; to clear trails and camp areas; to enhance feed for game, and more recently, for horses.


  • "huckleberries" made out of amethyst beads on each earring, but she has expanded her line to include earrings designed to look like cherries and various types of wildflowers. - Local News

  • I remember how glad I was when I was kept from school a half a day to pick huckleberries on a neighboring hill all by myself to make a pudding for the family dinner.

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  • When I checked it out myself, I was too late for huckleberries, but found the most amazing deep-dish apple pie, made with 21 layers of heirloom Pirus apples from Wade at Rockridge Orchards, under an impeccably flaky crust.

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  • And if you get there before 10, you can probably find me at Foraged and Found, which will have huckleberries for the early birds.

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  • I am totally willing to pay $12/pound for huckleberries, because we went up the mountain to pick them, and boy was that hard.

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  • Feasted on huckleberries and pushed past the forest toward the rocky summit at 3900ft.

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