This is a fallow year on the farm for berries. We usually get tens of gallons of blackberries by July 4th. This year, we got nothin'! We had a record freeze this winter and our thornless berries were killed back to the ground. Even the wild blackberries are slim and none. Our early heat (102 degrees today) coupled with no rain since April have left us with tiny berries not worth the effort to pick. So, to market, to market, here we come. I posted this dessert once before. It has a buttery cookie bottom with a cream cheese layer on top of that. The berries finish it and of course, a dollop of whipped cream on top.