Monday, March 10, 2014

Foodie: A Strawberry Snack

I love food, I love many things I admit, but I love food. I am always looking to try something new...always. Roaming the streets of Sacramento all the way to San Fransico to eat [and thrift] is one of my favorite things to do. But that doesn't mean that if I dont get out of house that I still eat home made food with the same vigor; I assure that is not the case.

My favorite person to get recipes from is my Sister-In-Law Ruth, she is always trying new thinsg for her husband and two delightful children and when she does I am lurking around to catch a wif, hopefully a bite, and most certainly to get the recipe to try and replicate it or modify it for my taste buds specifically.

And now I am going to share it with you, my lovely reader to enjoy (If you are allergic to strawberries try any other berry with a soft skin, raspberries perhaps.)

Take some sugar or honey, about 7-8 Large strawberries, lastly about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of water. You want the texture to be kinda of like a spread.

use a small sauce pan add water and sugar/honey. bring to a boil.

add your berries and bring back to a boil then lower to a simmer.

This part takes about 15 minutes; all I looked for was the strawberries going soft and the water turning a soft red.

I let the mixture sit for a moment then I used an emerson blender to mix it and Voila!

I enjoyed it on some cinnamon toast with blue cheese crumbles. Ruthie describes it as magical with her yogurt, pretty much eat it anyway you wish.

Stay Classy, Sophia Elaine

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