Abbotsford, B.C. – Google “Thanksgiving Blueberry Recipes” and you will find a plethora of ideas guaranteed to make your mouth water and your holiday meal even more memorable.
Powered by Nature, BC Blueberries are a great choice whether you are looking to add colour and flavour to your turkey stuffing or you want to mix it with your cranberries for a twist on the traditional condiment.
In anticipation of the upcoming holiday weekend, the team at the BC Blueberry Council were busy trying out a few of their own recipes this past week. Check out the following additions to our popular recipe section now on the website:
While the fresh blueberry season is at an end, there’s lots of supply in your supermarket freezer sections. Anju Gill, executive director of the BC Blueberry Council, reminds us that “frozen berries are every bit as good as the fresh ones and easy to use in so many ways.”
With over 80 years of blueberry-growing experience, the BC Blueberry Council represents over 600 highbush growers. Combined these growers have more than 11,000 hectares (27,000 acres) of highbush blueberries planted in order to meet growing demand. The BC Blueberry Council has a strong commitment to on-farm food safety and works diligently with blueberry growers and collaborates with packers and processors to ensure that BC blueberries meet the highest standards for food safety and quality. For more information: www.bcblueberry.com.
Diana Barkley, PR for the BC Blueberry Council