Submitted by swalzer on

Blueberry season is here! From supermarkets to farm stands to pick-your-own, Jersey berries are the best. If you are currently experiencing blueberry overload, we've got some ideas for you. All of the following books are available to be checked out.

Along with books that focus on baking, you will find recipes for jam and other ideas for preserving fruit. If you get carried away (like I did) and end up with 25 pounds of berries (it seemed like a good idea, at the time), you may want to save some for later!

Haven't picked blueberries yet? Visit the NJ Fresh page to find out where you can pick blueberries in Burlington County.  Did you know that domestication of blueberries happened right here in Burlington County? Happy berry picking (and eating)!

    

Fresh Tastes from the Garden State
Byrd-Bredbenner, Carol
641.64 Byr

Ripe : a fresh, colorful approach to fruits and vegetables
Rule, Cheryl Sternman
641.302 Rul

365 Vegan Smoothies : boost your health with a rainbow of fruits and veggies
Patalsky, Kathy
641.563 Pat

A Year of Pies : a seasonal tour of home baked pies
English, Ashley
641.8652 Eng

The Blue Chair jam cookbook
Saunders, Rachel
641.852 Sau

The River Cottage preserves handbook
Corbin, Pam
641.6382 Cor

Put 'em up! Fruit : a preserving guide & cookbook : creative ways to put 'em up, tasty ways to use 'em up
Vinton, Sherri Brooks
641.6 Vin

Canning for a new generation : bold, fresh flavors for the modern pantry
Krissoff, Liana
641.4 Kri

Chez Panisse Fruit
Waters, Alice
641.64 Wat

True Blueberry : delicious recipes for every meal
Dannenberg, Linda
TX 813 B5 D36 2005 (BCC)

Very Blueberry
Thompson, Jennifer Trainer
TX 813 B5 T48 2005 (BCC)

Rustic fruit desserts : crumbles, buckles, cobblers, pandowdies, and more
Schreiber, Cory
641.86 Sch

People's Pops : 55 recipes for ice pops, shave ice, and boozy pops from Brooklyn's coolest pop shop
Jordi, Nathalie
641.863 Jor

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