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06/19/2011

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Joan garfield

Love the concept and the photos! Can't wait to make it with my own local strawberries!

Suzy Harris

Yum! This looks delicious and I want to try - it's strawberry season here, too, with Hoods and Alpines at the farmer's market. My two strawberry plants have produced about 4 strawberries. Next year I'm planting more!

Ann and Joan

Suzy, even if you don't get to put in more, your strawberry plants should increase automatically, sending out runners. But it is good to have several varieties. Alpines have such an intense berry flavor, how lucky you are to have them available in your market

Ann and Joan

One step I omitted--sprinkle a little sugar (just a pinch) on top of the shortcakes before baking.

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