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What do you say after picking the first punnet of Strawberries of the season??

1st Punnet of Strawberries
Scrumptious 15/June/2013

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  1. "Hooray"! Closely followed by "yum yum"!

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    1. I think Hooray is spot on, due to the extra wait for them to ripen this year and yum yum definitely.

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    1. Ahhh! I'm saving for next years Strawberries as I've decided to eat the 1st punnet full in the car before I get home.

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  3. What a reward for all my hard work...scrumptious !

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    1. They were well worth the work and the wait.

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  4. Wessercream?

    Still some way behind - but not far - here in Edinburgh!

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  5. Yummy yummy in my tummy. My first greenhouse strawberries ready for putting on my cereal in the morning.

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  6. They will surely enhance your cereal. Enjoy.

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  7. Delicious, you can't beat the first crop of strawberries. I'm waiting for mine, maybe another week or so.

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  8. Mine are all still flowers ... but there are LOTS of them! Enjoy.

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