There are plenty of mulberries, though. But I tend to not eat many of them, because they're fiddly and not particularly flavorful.
Yesterday I went over to Z's house and we worked on sewing projects. Z has the front room turned into a sewing room, complete with multiple machines. It was a pleasant day; I made good progress on the top I want to make using a red cotton batik fabric. Dinner was at the local Thai restaurant, where I actually had a dish I didn't adore (singha beef). I'll stick to basil-based dishes from now on.
Saturday night I cooked: onion pie, carrot bake, baked white beans (cooked beans, gumbo frozen veg mix, jar of salsa verde), and bit-of-everything pie. I figured if I had the oven on, I might as well make full use of it. The pie was sour cherry juice from the 2009 harvest (frozen), 3 plums, a nectarine, 3 granny smith apples, sugar, some ginger, and some allspice, all cooked on the stove, and then I added a packet of cherry Jell-O and poured it into a baked pie crust. It took a while to set but turned out well - nicely tart because of all the sour cherry juice.
Plenty of leftovers - just ate the last of the pie. The next cooking session will probably be tomorrow night, after I pick up my first CSA box. Yes, this year I have a garden and a CSA share. If it keeps me out of restaurants and cooking fresh instead, then I figure it's worth it. Anyway, I want to see what a CSA is like, as I entertain vague thoughts of starting my own veg-sale endeavor someday.