Charlie told a story to his Italian buddies after the war when they would be together socializing in California. His son, Charles Joseph Pansarosa (Chuck), overheard the story many times as he sat outside the circle of WWII Veterans sharing their memories.
One of Charlie's duties was as a cook. He was responsible for all of the meals. To prepare breakfast, he had to get up early to mix up the pancake batter. It would still be dark, so he worked by overhead lantern light. During the process of mixing the batter, moths would be attracted by the overheard light. Sometimes they would plop into the batter, and Charlie would just start mixing the batter really fast. After the guys got their cooked pancakes, some would ask what the lumps were. Charlie would just tell them, "Blueberries."