Three gallons of mulberries, flour, salt, sticks of butter and some mysterious spices et voilá, three pies, two tartlets. We have entered the age of mulberry, the era of violet.
I didn’t know mulberries were edible. In my imagination, they are invariably coated with sticky silkworm eggs inside an elegantly colored silk pouch, a viewpoint which is due to the fact that the last time I learned anything touching on mulberries was in elementary school, since which time I have tended to avoid going outdoors.
Yes, the good thing about mulberries is that you can eat them and wear them too. As for going outdoors, I don’t advise it.
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