Ate the Last of Your Huckleberries?

Nothing is more depressing than looking in your freezer and cupboards and seeing that you ate the last of your huckleberries.  The new huckleberry crop won’t be ready for about 4 months — and that is if we get an early crop. Despite that, we just don’t know how good the huckleberry crop will be.   […]

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Huckleberry Gifts for the Holidays

Looking for huckleberry products for holiday gift giving? Our sister website, Tastes of Idaho, features Idaho made products, including lots of huckleberry goodies for personal enjoyment and gift giving. Currently, we are fully stocked with our projected inventory of “made in Idaho” huckleberry products and candy for the holiday season.  In your planning for your […]

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Huckleberry Paleo Pancakes

Every body loves huckleberry pancakes.  And now we have a Paleo version of your favorite breakfast food! If you are not familiar with a ‘Paleo version’ of pancakes, it uses non-grain flours rather than the typical wheat flours. I found this Huckleberry Paleo Pancake recipe on the Forest and Fauna website! Huckleberry Paleo Pancakes Category: […]

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Huckleberry Syrup

Noshin’ Recipe: I Heart Huckleberries | TC Jewfolk By Sara Rice My prediction: huckleberries will be next trendy superfood. There’ve been blueberries, cranberries, pomegranate, and acai in recent years, but although huckleberries are similar enough in look and taste to be mistaken for blueberries, … Huckleberry Syrup This is a completely basic recipe, which makes […]

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