Blueberries with a Bite (Pickled Blueberries)

 

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Meet the Author: Hi! I'm Jennifer, a home-cook of some 30-plus years. I've learned a lot from getting dinner on the table all these years! I hope to share a bit of what I've learned, as well as my favourite recipes. Most importantly though, I love sharing the joy of cooking at home, with simple, delicious and seasonally-inspired recipes. More about me here ...

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  1. Pamela says

    I love anything blueberry. Need to try this soon! BTW I am obsessed with your ceramic platter with the writing on it. May I ask where you got that?

    • Jennifer says

      Thanks Pamela. Isn’t that a pretty platter? I got it as a gift from my sister, probably 5 or 6 years ago, but I’ll ask her and see if she can remember where she found it :)

      • pamela says

        Thanks Jennifer! I just found your blog. It’s amazing. Your photos are beautiful and your food looks even better!

        • Jennifer says

          Thanks so much, Pamela. I appreciate it :)

  2. Sophie says

    5 stars
    This seems like the perfect appetizer for my dinner party later this month! Something summery, but different. I think it will be a hit :)

    • Jennifer says

      I think so too, Sophie. It was great with goat cheese and a nice old white cheddar. I garnished with a few fresh thyme leaves.

  3. Katie @ Butterlust says

    I am 100% intrigued by these blueberries!! The tartest blueberries in the pack are my faves so I’m thinking pickled blueberries may be right up my alley. A++ for creativity!

    • Jennifer says

      Thanks Katie. I loved them and sounds like you would too :)

  4. Laura (Tutti Dolci) says

    I’ve never tried pickled blueberries but now I’m intrigued. What a wonderful appetizer idea!

    • Jennifer says

      Thanks Laura. I was intrigued, too!

  5. Gail @ A Healthy Hunger says

    Fantastic! I absolutely LOVE this idea! Thanks!

    • Jennifer says

      Thanks Gail. I loved it!

  6. Karen - 2Teaspoons says

    This looks delicious! I love tangy-sweet combinations. I bet this is fantastic paired with goat cheese! I think I may try it overtop plain greek yogurt too :-)

  7. Liz @ Floating Kitchen says

    Yum – this looks and sounds so good Jennifer! I can’t wait to try it out! I love putting fruit spreads on sandwiches.

    • Jennifer says

      Thanks so much, Liz. I think this would be great on a sandwich!

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