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Your pictures are beautiful! What a fun day you shared. Thanks for the intro to dewberries. I have to be honest and say I have never heard of them before this post. The crumble looks delish! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Angie@Angie's Recipes

I can tell that you had a fun day on the farm, Amy.
The berry crisp looks so fresh and delectable.


What pretty pictures! I'm definitely bookmarking this recipe....the ingredient list is perfect. I don't believe I've ever had a dewberry. I'll have to see if I can find some. You're right the Texas heat is nothing to play around about! ;)


My favourite dessert, beautifully made!

Grace @ Perpetual Nomming

Oh my goodness, I think I just fell in love with your blog! You've got yourself a new follower :)


Mmm, it looks soo good! I love all sorts of pies and crumbles, and this looks heavenly! Beautiful pictures as always :)

Brooke Schweers

I am so jealous of your berry picking fun! The crumble turned out beautifully, I can imagine the hand picked berries helped. I'm going to try this with blueberries and blackberries :)


Amy, where is that farm?? It beautiful would love to see it someday. Your food looks so good too.


Amy Jo....Your pictures are amazing. And that berry crisp looks divine! I am LOVING your blog...so happy to see YOU happy!! I have to tell you....my mom and I were at Lowes today shopping for a new refrigerator for her and I said "the one that's in Amy Jo's apartment..." then I laughed an said to my mom how I still say "Amy Jo's apartment" and then she said "It will always be 'Amy Jo's apartment'".....lol....Miss You!!

dishing up the dirt

LOVE the farm photos!!!! what a lovely recipe lady!


I want this in my mouth right now!


Your pics are amazing & so bright! Thanks for sharing your berry experiences with us all! I must make this fabulous berry crisp instantly! By the way: you look beautiful too! ;)

I have all the ingredients in the house! MMMM!


I think I made the recipe wrong. The topping was way to crumbly, not enough moister or something, it did not crisp up like the picture.

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