How to Hull a Strawberry for Mary Anne

My fellow blogger Mary Anne is very talented in the writing department, but not so much in kitchen, apparently she does not know how to hull a strawberry…. so I thought I would post this little “how to” for her today. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

Mary Anne commented on my post Carpe Diem

Check out her blog called Fairiesangelsnurses !!!!!

So here goes Mary Anne πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

The only problems with strawberries as I see it is that before you can use them, you have to take off their leafy green bonnets.

Hulling strawberries is not a big deal. Sure you can just lop them off at their shoulders with a paring knife, like a lot of people do, but I believe that strawberries deserve more than being unceremoniously decapitated.

There are a couple of ways to do it, you can use a strawberry huller, they cost between $2 and $3, or you can use a plastic straw. or of course your paring knife.

Watch the vide to see how it’s done.

Hope everyone enjoys their weekend, I am off to the big city of Newmarket to go Grad dress shopping with my lovely mother and 4 teen and pre teen girls….oh my.
Must remember to stop a the liquor store on our way down πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

5 thoughts on “How to Hull a Strawberry for Mary Anne

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  2. And all these years I’ve been eating the green parts. The huller looks like a humane way to do the job but the straw is really really cruel. I’m surprised at Better Homes and Gardens.

    Hope your weekend was a great success. You would need something to numb the senses with 4 girls of that age … brave girl … daft lovely mother!

    • A little ruffage never hurt anyone … πŸ˜€ and I think a huller is the way to go, you will be pleased to hear only 1 lovely Corona on Saturday night and one Blue light tonight πŸ˜€ had a lovely weekend and actually enjoy my daft lovely mothers company πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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