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.

mulberry dance


2 responses to “THE AGE OF THE MULBERRY

  1. 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.

  2. In Faro's Garden

    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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