We had a lot of success growing raspberries and for years we had an endless supply. Our raspberries ripened late in summer and kept producing until the first frost. Then last year they all died back and we hardly had any. Jim put some new canes into the ground and maybe by next year the freezer will be filled with delicious raspberries. Update: It was.

1 cup raspberries, fresh or frozen
1/2 cup icing sugar, sifted

• Partially thaw frozen berries.
• Place in a blender and puree.
• Force the berries through a sieve.
• Discard the seeds
• Add the icing sugar and mix thoroughly.
• Use the sauce within a couple of days.

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