Friday, August 13, 2010

The name Huckleberries

Kaboosh! You have been blocked from the name changing application on Facebook for two weeks! Oh DAMN! Haha..after a series of name changing on FB, from Firdaus Fert to Firdaus Fert Nathaniel to Firdaus Fert Hatcher to Firdaus Fert Salvatore and the latest which I was suppose to add the 4th name I was blocked! 

Firdaus Fert Salvatore Huckleberries
~no nudity-perverts-or any degree of sex related in meaning~

 The big question is why HUCKLEBERRIES? Now read this:

Often confused with the blueberry due to its close resemblance, huckleberries are a wild blue-black crunchy berry. Although very similar in taste, the big difference is the seeds within the huckleberry that give it a texture when fresh and its thicker skin. The flavor is a little more tart than blueberries, with an intense blueberry flavor. Huckleberries are not cultivated commercially, so you will have to find them in the wild. The entire fruit is edible...no need to remove the seeds. Huckleberries can be used interchangeably in most blueberry recipes, so if you find yourself with a huckleberry harvest, just choose a blueberry recipe and give it a whirl. Huckleberry season is normally from June through August. To harvest a large quantity, spread a clean cloth on the ground and shake the plant; ripe fruits will drop onto the cloth. Store at temperatures just above freezing with high humidity.
(Adapted from : http://homecooking.about.com/library/archive/blhuckbery.htm)

see the similarity??

 if NO? then no offense you are so Yesterday :))



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