Wild strawberry is also called Fraises des Bois, European Strawberry and Alpine Strawberry. It grows naturally in the North Hemisphere. The science name is Fragaria vesca.
The first time I came across these lovely wild strawberries was from a haute cuisine restaurant, these strawberries have a much stronger aroma and taste which once tried, you would never forget. Last week when I was chatting with my neighbour, she said she had lots in her garden that I could pick them whenever I want, they would keep growing and coming back in the coming months. I was so excited, the following day I took a few shots, picked some and enjoyed them at home. They grow so easily that I can transplant some from her garden to out garden. How nice !!!!!!!!
- Wild strawberries
- Fresh Whipped cream
- lemon juice
- caster sugar
- Put some bowls in the freezer to make them frozen.
- Rinse and drain the wild strawberries.
- Put the wild strawberries into the frozen bowls, squeeze over some lemon juice and sprinkle some caster sugar on the strawberries.
- Scoop some whipped cream on top and serve immediately.