It's blueberry season across New Jersey as farmers markets are in blue-out mode. Jersey is the home of the blueberry capital of the world, Hammonton to be exact . While Blueberry Pie Oreos are actually a thing, we have uncovered six noteworthy noshes containing fresh jersey blues.
Great friends visionaries,and long time Taste of Montclair supporter Anthony's Cheesecake have a dessert line up like none other, but it did all begin with cheesecake. Anthony tops this incredibly sweet creamy delight with large juicy blues, a favorite atop a favorite. Keep them in mind for a wonderful Sunday Brunch experience as their Sunday hours just expanded.
We could not celebrate blueberries with out mentioning Jams By Kim. Of her many amazing jams, blueberry lemon is a staple favorite. Its a perfect blend of sweet blueberry and tart lemon and can accompany everything from cakes and muffins to grilled flatbreads and crackers. You can find Kim "jamming" at Montclair, Rutgers Gardens. and Summit Farmers Markets each week.
Another, so hot its cool, blueberry treat comes from another Taste of Montclair supporter Gelotti. In the gelato case, you will find blueberry balsamic bursting with fresh blueberry flavor complemented by the balsamic edge and swirled into creamy gelato. No need to read anymore. Get to Gelotti in Caldwell and Montclair.
Hot off the presses and due for release this week, our friends Black Tie And Flip Flops broke the news today that Asalt & Buttery is introducing blueberry French macarons with blueberry preserve filling. Maureen's macs are the best, made with the best natural ingredients. Find these and more wonderful flavors on Bloomfield Avenune in Caldwell daily.
Finishing up best in "blue", Black Tie And Flip Flops, raconteur in chief John Lee shares his Blueberry Balsamic Sauce with Maple and the recipe is right here .
As summer continues to roll in, enjoy those blues while they are here fresh and in stock. Local farmers markets are always the best place to get them, and shopping local is always best
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