Wordless Wednesday: June Fruit Bowl

Happy Summer! Now that summer has officially arrived, my family and I are on a more relaxed schedule at home and here on the blog, so we will be serving up summer friendly posts, in an easy breezy way all season. Let's kick off our first summer Wordless Wednesday post with some fruit that's in our June Fruit bowl. 


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Strawberries, my favorite!


black cherries, fresh, summer fruit
Black Cherries, my husband's favorite!


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Peaches, my daughter's favorite!

Watermelons, nectarines, apples, bananas and grapes have all made an appearance too this month. 


Please share in comments: What's in your fruit bowl right now? And what is your favorite summer fruit?

24 comments

Literary Winner said...

Aren't summer fruits wonderful? I love this part of the season!

Sharon Martin said...

Oh those cherries look mouth watering good!

tara pittman said...

I just love all the summer fruit. Grapes and strawberries are my favorite ones.

Jamie Tomkins said...

I always love the fruit of the summer. I just wish that it didn't cost as much. Part of living in the mountains! :P

Barb Webb said...

I am so craving cherries right now! Love the awesome colors of nature you have here! My favorites are blackberries and watermelon, but I certainly love strawberries, peaches and cherries, too. Will take them all! :)

Heidi Bee said...

Strawberries are my favorite too! I don't care for the fuzziness of peaches so i buy neactarines! Yum!!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Maggie,

Yes they are! I need to go to the Farmer's Market and stock up!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Sharon,

Thanks! They were delicious!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Tara,

I could eat a whole quart of strawberries myself!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jamie,

I can understand the pricing in your area. Produce can get pricey here as well because it has to be shipped in. Some fruits do grow locally, and I try to buy from local fruit vendors which helps cut costs.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Barb,

I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of my blackberries! I've got my fingers crossed that we will get a good yield.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Heidi,

If I had to pick between peaches and nectarines, I'd go with nectarines too- just don't tell my kiddos!

MikiHope said...

I love strawberries, peaches, grapes and of course watermelon! But then I love all fruit!

Maria said...

I love fruit this time of year! I definitely have to price my fruit before I buy though.

Karen Mortensen said...

All looks awesome. I will take any fruit at anytime.

pixiedusk said...

Only have banana and apple in my fruit bowl but I have pineapple cooling inside the fridge! All are yummy and sweet!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Michelle,

I can't wait to taste a really ripe summer watermelon!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Maria,

With the kids home from school now, our fruit bowl gets emptied quickly, so I have to watch who has what fruit on sale. Including the farmer's market prices which vary with vendors.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Karen,

Thank you! I try to keep some sort of fruit on hand everyday.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Pixie dust,

Yum on that chilling pineapple you have. I have been eyeing pineapples here and waiting for the price to go down.

Sarah @ One Curvy Blogger said...

I love it when people start posting delicious food posts. Except it makes me hungry... lol anyways, pretty pictures, I need to go pick up some more fruit for our house :)

Life of Creed said...

Summer fruit here at our house includes watermelon, peaches, plums bananas, grapes, a little of everything! My favorite fruit, I am sad I can have is Japanese strawberries. After living in Japan for four years, strawberries here all taste so tart. The Japanese strawberries are the sweetest strawberries I have ever had. Now I'm off to make a bowl of fruit for my breakfast. :)

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Sarah,

You're welcome for the fruit pics! We just re-filled our fruit bowl yesterday. Still waiting for good prices on some fruits though in our area. Thanks for stopping by!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jay,

Ah, now I want to try a Japanese strawberry so badly! I love strawberries. :)