6.07.2010

Scarcity

What is it about scarcity that makes an object even more desirable?

Yellow raspberries, for instance. We planted three bare roots last fall. Now we get one berry, per person, a day. Since the kids haven't discovered how delicious they are, George and I have been enjoying their share. But today, because George left for work and the kids were both asleep, I enjoyed everybody's share. Four berries, all for me.


yellow raspberries, white berry bowl

I do believe the berries tasted even better eaten from my Bridgeman berry bowl, another scarce object. Melissa Bridgeman only makes a few berry bowls at a time, and they are only available a few times a year. Lucky for you, she just posted ten berry bowls in her Etsy shop and is giving one away on this here blog.

So leave a comment for a chance to win your very own Bridgeman berry bowl. Tell me what color you would choose - white, robin's egg blue, yellow, grass green or cobalt - and what you would put in your berry bowl. My mom stores garlic in her yellow berry bowl, and last night I filled my white berry bowl with over a cup of shelled peas fresh from our garden. I anticipate using my berry bowl every single day this summer.


almost gone

Hurry over to Melissa's Etsy shop and get a berry bowl before they're all gone. Like our yellow raspberries, they won't be there for long.

132 comments:

  1. what a lovely give-away! i'd have to choose the cool, minimal white, and i'd fill it with cherry tomatoes from our garden!

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  2. ooh my blackberries would love to hang out for a short time in one of her berry bowls! I have been drooling over them for awhile now, and without even looking at her shop I know I would choose one in beautiful robin's egg blue. <3

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  3. we're just getting the first (red) raspberries! i'd pop all four of them into a pretty robin's egg blue bowl. and peas, and tomatoes...and whatever other lovelies i am fortunate enough to enjoy this season!

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  4. There is nothing better than berries fresh from the garden.

    I'm not sure what I'd put in my berry bowl first ---- strawberries? Blackberries? Maybe blueberries?

    Anything would taste better in that beautiful bowl.

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  5. oh, they are lovely!
    each color you shared is perfect. yellow or green, robins egg blue...each would go beautifully with the little fuzzy yellow tomatoes I am anticipating in our garden very soon! i think a berry bowl would be lovely for each family member to pick their own lunch from the garden with a quick rinse of the hose! thank you for the chance molly and melissa! xo

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  6. the white one is calling my name! thanks for the chance to win one Molly. Enjoy your berries.

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  7. The robins egg blue... all though I would love a collection of all of them!!
    There's a long standing family joke about "robins egg blue" so it would be fun to use!

    My birthday is coming up... these will definitely be on my wish list!

    Thanks for the chance to win one!

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  8. I will always, under all circumstances, choose Robin's Egg Blue. For anything. I love these berry bowls- I don't think I've seen anything like them before. Very cool. And perfect for filling with early summer blueberries. This is my first start to finish East Coast summer and I will be eating blueberries for every meal.

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  9. We are watching robin's egg hatch one at a time here...so I would love robin egg blue. I love her buttons too.

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  10. It would definitely have to be a white one, to contrast with every bright and beautiful berry color out there.

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  11. Robin's egg blue is the color I love, and I'd be putting berries of all kinds in it - local strawberries in season now, raspberries of the red and golden kind in about a month and blueberries another couple of weeks beyond that.

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  12. Oh my! Robin's egg blue...most definitely!

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  13. Ah-- green I think-- just the right pop of color to make me smile!

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  14. robins egg blue, definitely, anything would look tastier in a bowl of that color. Blackberries, strawberries, yellow pear tomatoes, juicy red grape tomatoes,bright green snap peas,all from my garden. I'm sure I can fill that bowl.

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  15. All the colors are so lovely, but I'm partial to robin's egg blue. Strawberries (our favorite) would look great in it.

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  16. Ooh...I'd love a robin's egg blue bowl. I'm working on planting my very shady yard with shade-tolerant berries. When they finally start producing, I'll use it for currants, gooseberries, raspberries, salmonberries, thimbleberries, goumi berries, and hardy kiwis! Thanks!

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  17. I would pick Robin's egg blue! And use it for my blueberries!

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  18. Oh man. I've been coveting those bowls for quite a while now. I'd definitely get Robin's Egg Blue.

    And what to put in it? Fresh peaches, apricots and plums from our tree. Wild berries from the valley. Sewing notions in the winter when fruit is scarce.

    What a great giveaway!

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  19. Ohhh, I love the white one! I would use it for yummy blueberry's, or grapes as we have a grape vine :o)
    And, yellow raspberries? I have never heard of them, and now need to go in search of them!
    x

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  20. Thank you so much! I would pick white. I really hope I win!

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  21. how adorable is this berry bowl!!! if i was the lucky one to win, how thrilled i would be...i would choose robin's egg blue...i would fill my berry bowl with my all time favorite seasonal fruit, bing cherries! every year, i can't wait for cherries!! we just started getting them in at the grocery store. i especially can't wait until i see cherries at the farmers market! oh how i would love to wash cherries in this berry bowl and eat them all right out of the bowl!

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  22. I would choose yellow and I would put blueberries in it and it would be beautiful : )

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  23. I've been stalking her etsy shop for over two weeks now, waiting for berry bowls to appear, of course today I didn't look ;-)

    I would pick either white or robin egg blue. I'm not sure which of those two I'd prefer, they're both beautiful.

    What would I put into the bowl? Hm, blueberries are the most favourite fruit of me and my kids, closely followed by grapes and raspberries. My gooseberry bush is finally carrying lots and lots of berries *fingers crossed there's no hail this year* and my little fig tree has 4 figs on it, the absolute record number. So, I'd pretty much store any fruit in it that fits! (One Apple, one pear, one lemon ;-))

    (I always put my email adress as the URL, replace the .at. with the appropriate symbol)

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  24. I really enjoy your take on life. I share so many of your passions that it feels like reading about a friend. I love that you relish and savor your little bounty. The bowls are very cool too and I will have to see if there is a grass green bowl for my strawberries.

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  25. what wonderful berry bowls! I would choose white, as it would match my other kitchen items. I would love to fill it with blackberries, strawberries, raspberries and gooseberries from the berry patch we planted at our brand new house!

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  26. I have a thing for Robin's Egg Blue.

    It seems it could be used for all sorts of beautiful garden harvesting. Lettuces, strawberries, herbs...

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  27. Robin's Egg Blue. . . full of strawberries. Yay!

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  28. Yellow raspberries...WOW...and I never knew. So now I'm on the hunt for these golden wonders!

    I loved that you savored these berries few in the early morning silence.

    Another discovery, berry bowl babies, green grass...that would be my choice.

    Happy Day!!

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  29. Love the berry bowl! I'd use the robin's egg blue one to hold strawberries from our garden.

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  30. Grat giveaway! I love the white!

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  31. I've never seen a bowl like this, I love it! The fact that it's handmade just cinches the deal.

    A grass green bowl brimming with rainier cherries would be pure delight. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed!

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  32. rosesmamaJune 07, 2010

    If I had a bowl, it would have to be robin's egg, or yellow. And it would have to be full of peas from our yard, or blueberries from the farm. Not that I'm indecisive, or greedy . . .

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  33. I have never seen yellow raspberries! Yummy! Love the berry bowls...simple white for me :)

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  34. Just PeachesJune 07, 2010

    Mulberries, cherries and blueberries - oh my! White would be my first choice but I wouldn't turn down robin's egg blue ;)

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  35. I would fill my robin's egg blue bowl with little ripe red strawberries from around our garden bed border. Yummm!

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  36. Not to be a total follower, but I think I'd go with robin's egg blue. The name alone tempts me -- and the color delivers.

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  37. white or blue would be just too cool :)

    I have mulberry trees and that's how it goes every year, a handful a day, never enough to do much with except eat them. Although one year I threw a handful into some strawberry jam I made. It was DELISH., but not so pretty to look at it. I named it "roachberry" jam. hahahahahahahah

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  38. Ooooh... I would love to win a berry bowl! I would choose robin's egg blue and I would fill it with all sorts of berries we will pick all summer. (We started today with strawberries. Our shortcake dessert tonight was DELICIOUS!!)

    Your golden raspberries are beautiful. We planted 6 blueberry bushes and 4 raspberries this season. We have some black raspberries already established. They can be a real treat when we get to them before the birds!

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  39. I have always wanted a berry bowl. I would use a robin's egg blue berry bowl to hold blueberries and, later, figs grown in my yard. While in season, strawberries and blackberries from the local pick-your-own farm. Cherries and grapes from the grocery store.

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  40. Thank you for posting this! Those berry bowls are lovely, and so are the wonderful buttons!!

    As for a berry bowl, I like the robin's egg blue (since everything in my kitchen is white), and I would fill it alternately with sugar snap peas and huckleberries!

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  41. There's nothing in my garden that wouldn't be pretty in a robin's egg blue berry cup. Peas, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, beans...

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  42. oh blue for me! lovely!

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  43. yum! We have just a few berries on ours this year too that we will have to share. I would love the robin's egg blue!

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  44. I am in Australia, so won't go in to the competition, but will tell you a yellow (we call them 'golden'in Australia) raspberry story.

    Several years ago, I was involved in the opening of a luxury small hotel in Sydney, Australia. We wanted to make the first breakfast buffet spectacular so huge glass urns - you couldn't describe their size in any other way - were hired for the event. The day before, the chef became ill. While I am not a chef, I can cater reasonably well for something like breakfast, so I stepped in. There was a mix-up with the fruiterer and somehow our more pedestrian order came with 10 boxes of golden raspberry punnets ie 120 punnets of raspberries. There were just enough form a deep layer at the top of the urn of other fruit which we backlit and the room glowed. The heat of the light enabled the gorgeous fragrance to scent the room. Word of mouth meant that we gained the reputation for abundant and luxurious accommodation. And all through an accident of ordering! Enjoy your delicious fruit.

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  45. robin's egg blue with red grocery store cherries until my cherry tomatoes ripen.

    i love your photography.

    thank you.

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  46. Yes! A blue berry bowl with fresh strawberries would be wonderful!

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  47. berries, apricots, buttons, gummy bears, jelly beans, gumballs, bracelets, flowers... any lovely little treasure that needs a special home!

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  48. AnonymousJune 07, 2010

    yellow or grass green..I think or both. strawberries.
    ilpearla

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  49. oh wow!!!
    I'd choose robin's egg blue, and I'd fill it with whatever was fresh from the garden or the farmers' market at the time. Or my little pebble collection.

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  50. In that amazing bowl?! I'd put anything and everything!!! Thank you both! (I'd love white or cobalt blue.)

    Now I'm drooling... ;)

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  51. Oh, they are so beautiful. I love the cobalt. I can just picture some lovely red raspberried in it. Hmmm, that may look too beautiful to ever eat.

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  52. I've wanted one of these little bowls since before the business went under - you know, back when I could splurge a bit - but I couldn't catch them fast enough. They are pretty fabulous. I would pick grass green. But really, any color would be wonderful.

    Next Mother's Day, I want to get one for my mom and Nonie - it's a plan!

    This giveaway is very sweet of you.

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  53. Cobalt blue would be my choice to fill with luscious red strawberries!

    Lovely blog!

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  54. Blackberries and raspberries in the robin's egg blue. Great giveaway!

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  55. yesss. I would covet a grass green berry bowl and fill it with ground cherries, still in the husk. oh boy yummy.

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  56. Marrion Berries picked fresh from Sauvie Island would be a perfect addition to a grass-green bowl in my kitchen :)

    Krissy

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  57. Marrion Berries picked fresh from Sauvie Island would be a perfect addition to a grass-green bowl in my kitchen :)

    Krissy

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  58. Rats! My post didn't show up so forgive me if this is a double. I love the yellow and white and I'd put berries, and new potatoes in them! Thanks for the lovely giveaway! xo

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  59. What a dainty treat!

    When we had black cap raspberries in Vt, we'd never have enough at one time to really do something with, so just presenting a handful in a little dish was a special treat in itself. If, that is, they ever made it into the house.

    What a fabulous giveaway! :)

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  60. I am always drawn to white crockery. I do believe that if I had a berry bowl it would be used for many things, from rinsing cherry tomatoes to picking herbs from the garden.
    Thanks for the chance to win this sweet bowl.
    :)

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  61. Our raspberry canes are gone and we need to replant. One day you'll have lots more.

    When our blues finally come on we'll have bowls and bowls of them. I can't wait!

    What a sweet little bowl. If I were lucky enough to win I'd chose white.

    Although I love color, I'm really into pristine white right now, and all of my berries would look wonderful in it. :-)

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  62. Grass green would be my choice to fill with my tiny sweet tomatoes.

    Thanks so much for the chance!

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  63. Oh my! I have my eye on a robin's egg blue. I hope to have a decent crop of raspberries and tomatoes to put in there.

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  64. I think white would go best with our home grown strawberries and tomatoes.

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  65. Ooh, it's gorgeous. I'd like a white one just like that.

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  66. If I win, I'd love to fill a robin's egg blue berry bowl full of cherries. Thanks for the chance :)

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  67. Ooh, love this bowl! White for sure, it shows off the wonderful colors of fresh picked berries. I'd fill mine with raspberries from our back yard.

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  68. I've never had a yellow raspberry!How cool that you get to give a bowl away, I love them all but my fav is the cobalt. I love how the bee stamp shows so clearly. I think I would put cherries in the bowl or some of the lovely blueberries a friend dropped off but either one, let me tell you, wouldn't last long :) Hope you are enjoying your week, I havn't been blogging much with the move and all but still catch up with what's going on w/you guys on my reader.

    Good luck to everyone! :)

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  69. Ooh, I would definitely pick the robin's egg blue. It would be the perfect compliment to the shiny cherries off the tree in the back yard. Just a few more weeks!

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  70. oh my that is a lovely bowl :) and those berries look like heaven.

    I am certain I would pick yellow or grass green, those are my two favorite colors, but oh my, I love robins egg blue too... do I really have to decide right now? ;)

    And I would put huge, plump blackberries in my bowl, and not even bake them in a pie, I would just eat them :)

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  71. they are the best! i have a yellow one! don't add me to your giveaway though,give someone else a chance! they are that terrific!

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  72. Hot dog!.....such a busy day yesterday and I think I missed my chance at the etsy shop...I'll have to trust some luck with the give-away.

    I would choose the robin's egg blue and fill it with the strawberries or cherries or grapes my kids gobble up every chance they get. Until, of course, our own blueberries start coming in...then it'll be the blueberry bowl until every last one is picked from the bushes...and it looks to be a good year...yum!

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  73. AnonymousJune 08, 2010

    I'd choose the robin's egg blue. I would put my freshly layed chicken eggs in it.
    Janine

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  74. Hmmm, I imagine a robin's egg blue bowl on my black table brimming with strawberries, then blueberries, then sungold tomatoes. Oh, the tastes of summer.

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  75. I would just love the robin's egg blue...love, love, love! Perfect for collecting wild raspberries. That pale blue-green and bright pinky red, yum. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  76. These bowls are beautiful! Robin's Egg Blue is my favorite, it would be fantastic to hold our red raspberries (if we can manage to keep some from the chickens ; )

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  77. I really like the grass green, but fear I'd lose it in our garden!
    Robin's egg blue would be a lovely alternative... Thanks for the chance to win one of these gorgeous pieces. ~H

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  78. Love the grass green color. We just planted two berry bushes so hopefully I'll get to put my own berries in the bowl :)

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  79. I'm always a sucker for robin's egg blue. I shelled peas from our garden yesterday too!

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  80. jessica lJune 08, 2010

    Oh, I tried to buy one of these bowls last time you talked about them on your blog, but there weren't any in her shop then. I would love one in ANY color really, but robins egg or cobalt are my faves!

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  81. Yellow. Because if you think That a berry bowl would hibernate through the colder months, you're mistaken. It'd be on the counter, full of treasures, brightening up the long midwestern winter.

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  82. Wow - just looked at her shop. Her work is lovely. I would pick robins egg blue...just because...and I would fill it with fresh strawberries first.

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  83. Wow, these are amazing! I would love grass green:) I'd fill it with fruit from the farmers market or peas from my garden.

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  84. Oh! I need one of those bowls right now! Our beloved ollalieberries are just ripening! I would love to have a grass green bowl to put them in. (And I'm just crossing my fingers that they don't all ripen while we're away...)

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  85. lovely!
    I would choose robin's egg blue because I love that color in summer and I would probably fill it with yogurt, loads of fruits, oats and cinnamon. :)
    have a wonderful day!

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  86. How very pretty, I think I would go for the robin's egg blue and I would put our very own raspberries and currants in them. What a great find.

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  87. Colbat blue with golden raspberries from our farm.

    Love your site and your photography!

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  88. My oldest daughters dream of heaven includes standing in a raspberry patch eating her fill. I'd love to add a white berry bowl into the dream.

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  89. I am certainly not worthy of such a bowl, but I shall enter with a boldness fearing not the loss, for there is but to gain!

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  90. i would like a white one to put strawberries and yellow cherry tomatoes in it. :)

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  91. Michele NJune 08, 2010

    Robins egg blue would be lovely to hold the wild raspberry & blackberries growing in our yard!

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  92. We have been eating up raspberries and strawberries like crazy! They would look gorgeous in that Robin's egg blue!

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  93. Hello,
    I would put wild raspberries that grow around my work in a white berry bowl.

    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

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  94. Thank you for hosting this giveaway! I'd have to go with yellow or green; this delight would carry berries or cherry tomatoes, sage leaves, or garlic. So many uses!

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  95. I would love to have a grass green bowl to hold my rosemary and late blooming wysteria...

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  96. MMM... we have red and black raspberries ripening now.. and then it will be blueberries and blackberries. We never have enough containers for them all. And robin's egg blue or yellow would both be delightful.

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  97. My sister had a berry bowl when I visited this spring and I thought about bringing it home with me, but I was the only one there, so she would have found me out!!
    Yellow always makes me happy! I think that would be the color for me!!

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  98. Oh, thanks for mentioning this! I have waited a long time to get one of those! I just grabbed her last yellow, but I would also LOVE a grass green one to have a sweet pair.

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  99. Danielle N.June 08, 2010

    What a great giveaway. I would pick the white bowl & I would put fresh strawberries in it. Thanks.

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  100. Those berries are so sweet! Melissa's berry bowls have always been on my envy list...I love the robin's egg color against the color of the red berries!

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  101. I like the white, but I'd probably end up picking the grass green one. I love those bowls! How sweet to give one away!

    P.S. we get those yellow raspberries here wild.. I don't get many either, but they sure are tasty!

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  102. Oooh, yellow! I'd fill it with little red cherry tomatoes, and ripe blueberries once the bushes start producing!

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  103. robin's egg blue
    and I use it to hold my lemons.

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  104. blue all the way...thank you for the giveaway

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  105. I think I'd have to choose the blue, and I'd fill it with all sorts of goodness from the garden, including berries, cherries, tomatoes, and peas.

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  106. Those are awesome...I'd love to fill one up!
    Thanks from MT

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  107. Ohhh, I love these.....and I would choose the robins egg blue...everything looks better in robins egg blue!

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  108. Count me in! I'm torn between robin's egg blue and grass green; guess I'm go with blue. And I love the idea of using it for garlic storage; that way is always out on the counter, lookin' pretty.

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  109. Oh, I'd choose cobalt blue and fill it with everything that comes into season in my garden and at the farmers' market.

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  110. It's a beautiful bowl, and would be lovely in any color, with anything in it.

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  111. man, I hope I win!! Can I enter twice? haha!! <3

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  112. I would choose white and fill it with the yummy strawberries from our CSA farm share!!!

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  113. Oh, the robin's egg blue is gorgeous! I would put all sorts of things in it, but I think my yellow pear tomatoes would look especially pretty.

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  114. Hi there old friend!!
    Of course those berry bowls are glorious, but I really just needed to leave you a note to say that for unknown reasons I just saw the lovely little comment you left on my most recent post, speaking of scarcity, Ha Ha, and I just needed to pop over here to your magnificent space to say "Hi" and to let you know how wonderful it was to find you in my neighborhood this week!!
    xoxo

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  115. Grass green bowl filled with tiny red tomatoes. Can you picture it? That's almost a haiku about summer.

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  116. candlepickJune 09, 2010

    white bowl with cherries now, cherry tomatoes tk

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  117. thanks for introducing me to her berry bowls (and her shop+blog) all that time ago. (only last year?)

    i'd love one in white or grass green. i think our impending crop of red raspberries would look lovely in either color!

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  118. Robin's egg blue for the lollipop and black cherry heirloom tomatoes that will be coming soon!

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  119. I love the simplicity of the white bowl. Looks like she sold out already! I am going to fill mine with peas, beans and tomatoes

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  120. I hope I'm not too late, I could not choose any particular colour, the bowl is beautiful.

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  121. can i still enter? i would love a white berry bowl! (though all of the colors are pretty)

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  122. I will say yellow. I can imagine all kinds of fresh from my garden produce in it. Such a nice gift.

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  123. I would love a white bowl, I would fill it with blueberries. And cherries. And and and...

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  124. The classic clean white berry bowl would be my choice to serve my yellow pear tomatoes and ever-popular-at-my-house cherry tomatoes. What a wonderful way to show off summer tomatoes!

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  125. green...! i would fill this bowl with love! my love for eating anything out of it, for starters the first cherry tomatoes this year grown in our only 2 feet on sun in our tiny seattle apartment! my daughters and i would be so proud!

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  126. Oh, yes... I think a bowl like that would be very happy in our blackberry/raspberry patch! I think the robins egg blue would be lovely... we did just find two robin egg shells this last week!
    Thanks to you both for such a wonderful giveaway!

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  127. A cobalt blue berry bowl filled with my yellow, pear, bite sized, tomatoes would be scrumptious and their are almost ready to pick! Thanks for the chance to win a wonderful replacement for my shirt tail.

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  128. I love the little handles on those bowls... and I have some Queen Annes coming soon... if the robins dont get them first! any color bowl would be my hearts desire!

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  129. Ooooo, we'd put home-grown "strawbabies", as my 2 year old calls them, in our grass green berry bowl!

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  132. AnonymousJuly 07, 2010

    I would choose cobalt and use it to store the fresh eggs from my chickens!

    -Kristy

    mosier at gmail dot com

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