Serviceberry cobbler, and a tip

You know those serviceberries I’ve been picking? They worked their way into a cobbler so I could freeze and share them with my daughters when they are here in July. If interested, see my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike, for a whole section about free public fruit. If the time is ripe for…

Tastes like champagne

I shouldn’t share this location with you . . . but I will (revealed in video above). These are called serviceberries (or June berries, although they are ripe in May here in Atlanta). They look like the love child of a blueberry and cranberry, and they taste like champagne. Here’s another: If interested, there’s a…

“I don’t know about this”

So I am gorging myself on free public fruit called serviceberries (known as June berries in some places, although they ripen here in Atlanta in May) right on the edge of Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown Atlanta,  when a man who is perhaps without a home ambles by. He says, “Are those berries?’ I say,…