Blueberry Reviews

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  1. Brandi  on  July 20, 2013  @ 6:51 pm

    Today was my family’s 4th trip to blueberry hill, my girls are now 10 and 8 and they still love it. The quality of the berries are amazing (I truly never liked blueberries until Plow Creek’s, and they are the only ones I will eat!) Today the four of us picked 13 lbs, I can’t wait to find a hundred different ways to enjoy these berries!!!

  2. Jacqueline  on  July 26, 2010  @ 8:03 pm

    My husband and I made the 1+ hour trek with our 16 month old daughter. I was bound and determined to find a farm with you pick blueberries that are grown without chemicals or pesticides. Although my daughter is too young to help with the picking which made it a bit of a challenge, watching her enjoy your delicious, naturally grown berries made it well worth the trip and the work. We will return for years to come!

  3. Monty  on  July 13, 2009  @ 2:55 pm

    What a great place for blueberries! I needed 15 pounds for a recipe and had it picked within just over 2 hours. Nice big, juicy berry too. I’ll definately be coming back for years to come.

  4. Elaine & Erin  on  August 13, 2008  @ 8:19 pm

    This place is so awesome! Thank you for sharing your little spot of heaven.

  5. Brandi  on  July 13, 2007  @ 4:29 pm

    We drove from Romeoville, Il (1hr 20 min) to pick Blueberries. The blueberries were plentiful and the tastiest I’ve ever had. The whole family really enjoyed it, my husband, my self, our 4 1/2 year old and even our 22 month old. We were worried that the baby would do more running around then picking but she loved it! She did nothing but pick (and eat) Blueberries, she was a Blueberry picking machine. A wonderful experience, now the girls know Blueberries come from bushes (not Jewel), we’ll be back next year, it was definitely worth the drive.

  6. Carole  on  June 18, 2006  @ 10:13 am

    For breakfast this morning, I got to eat my first Plow Creek blueberries purchased at yesterday’s famer’s market. Hurray! They were GREAT on my oatmeal with some Plow Creek strawberries thrown in for good measure!! Thank you for growing them!! I am DELIGHTED to be able to buy such healthy and FRESH food so close to home. I look forward to picking my own.

  7. Jim Foxvog  on  June 6, 2006  @ 7:00 pm

    I found my first ripe blueberry today. Delicious! It will still be at least a couple weeks before we are open for u-pick, but a few pints may make it to market before then.

  8. Rich Foss  on  June 2, 2006  @ 1:43 pm

    (Full discosure up front–although I don’t do the farming at Plow Creek, I live at Plow Creek).

    I grew up in northen Minnesota where trees abound. The road to our blueberries winds up a hill and through trees for over half a mile. I think it’s the most lovely drive in all of Illinois and you get rewarded with great blueberries at the end.

  9. Rita A, Metamora  on  January 31, 2000  @ 12:00 am

    Our whole family loves the blueberries and we enjoy picking them. We know the berries at Plow Creek are raised right. Before, we used to go to Michigan, where the bushes were huge and we had to work to pick. At Plow Creek they are easy to pick.

    We find that blueberries keep longer than other berries outside the freezer. We’ve kept them fresh in the refrigerator from three weeks to a month But we do freeze some and divide them up with the children.

    We like a fruit salad with blueberries, peaches, strawberries, pineapples and pecans. We make frozen soft serve in the blender with berries, cream, honey, vanilla, and an optional egg, beating it till it is stiff.

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