Blackberry and Sorbet

A few years ago a wild blackberry moved into the yard. First it played hide and seek and grew in other bushes.


We argued for a few years about the proper place. The blackberry offered its fruits to convince me that it was worthwhile to have a place for it. I had enough fruits for a delicious breakfast.


I was looking for good place to cultivate the blackberry. We agreed on a shady corner at the outside storage. But I insisted that the blackberry had to leave the bushes alone and had to stay in its corner. That eventually was accepted by the blackberry and it was going to thank me with plenty of berries. Unfortunately too much for it strength. I had to organize a gutter for support.


This year the crop is fantastic and exceeded the donation of the other years. We both are more than pleased by the arrangement.


Enough to make a delicious sorbet with rose petals and basil.


  • Blackberries
  • Handful of rose petals
  • Basil leaves
  • Rose sirup
  1. Blend all together and add soy jogourt.
  2. Pure in a metal bowl and put in the freezer.
  3. Freeze it for an hour


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