Mysore Raspberries, Pig Tails on Brunch Menu for Mother’s Day

Mysore raspberries are native to India. These black beauties are being grown locally by Margie Pikarsky at Bee Heaven Farm (photo by forager Ali Lauria.)

This large "scrambling" shrub loves growing on limestone or acid sand in South Florida.

Lemon ricotta pancakes with Mysore raspberry compote (7.)

Local pig tails in the oven. Heard that!

Braised then sauteed palmetto creek ranch pig tails, green dean long beans and lila onions, local corn, bacon aioli and fried pns organic egg (9.)

2 thoughts on “Mysore Raspberries, Pig Tails on Brunch Menu for Mother’s Day

  1. Compote looks really tasty! (Not sure about pig tails, though.) Have gathered and devoured many a raspberry at Margie’s farm, wonderful treat.

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