To Serve I lay them out on a plate, drizzle with olive oil, and sprinkle with minced garlic.
There were also 1/2 flats of strawberries for $2.99 so I picked some of those up to make a few jars of jam to get us through until they come into season here in Michigan.
I washed and Trimmed the Strawberries, cut them into quarters making about 6 cups of berries then put them into a large pan and cooked them until they were liquidy and added about 3/4 of a cut of sugar. I also added a small amount of Gelatin but I don't think it made much difference. I like my jam a little runny and not very sweet so if you want something more traditional I suggest looking at a traditional recipe.
Once the Jam was done I put some jars and lids on boiling water and ladled the hot jam into the hot jars, tightened the Lids and let them set until they sealed.