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September 03, 2008


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Beautiful, Simona. How's the taste? Sour, sweet or both?

maybelles mom (feeding maybelle)

delicious. I recently did this with melon but I have blackberries on hand.


Hey Simone!
By all means, yes..finish it off with mascarpone!
What a gorgeous color here!
Maryann xox


The title of this recipe is already enticing.

Nice photo of fern canyon.



i so love this idea of rice, fruit, mascarpone and thyme. thank you.

Bellini Valli

Blackberries don't grow here in our semi dessert climate but enterprising people bring them in from the coast. Of course then they are not FREE but I would gladly pay the price to make some of this risotto:D

Jeremy Parzen

I'm trying to think what I would want to pair with this dish: Moscato d'Asti or Brachetto d'Acqui? great dish and post...


Love your blog! Glad I found it.

Simona Carini

Hi Burcu. I'd define it delicately sweet.

I saw your melon risotto! I wonder what other type of fruit we can try next.

Thanks Maryann. Now that I have a ready supply of mascarpone, I am on a roll using it.

Thanks Paz. It is a truly special place.

You are welcome bee.

Interesting piece of information, Valli. I thought blackberries were pretty much ubiquitous.

Thanks Jeremy for your wine suggestions: I know Moscato d'Asti, but nor Brachetto. I must try it.

Hi Candy and welcome. Thanks for the kind words.

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

Simona - that color is fantastic. And with mascarpone, it had to be heavenly!


Davvero originale (da premio direi), anche se mi sarà difficile provarlo, non avendo possibilità di raccogliere le more


Ciao Simona, forse a Milano riesco ad esserci :)

Susan from Food Blogga

This must be lovely, Simona. I think finishing it with a dollop of mascarpone is brilliant. I've made sweet risottos with fall fruits but never summer berries. I'll have to try it now, for sure!


Knowing how delightful your strawberry risotto was, I can imagine this was out of the ball park!
Our berries are coming in with a vengance!


Ahhhh... 'More'. My favourite. Memories of scratches all over my hands trying to pick 'more'.
It was worth the pain to fill myself full of them. Now I just need to find a lady who will do your dish for me.. Ciao.. Bruno


sperimentazioni con frutti nei piatti salati.....è piaciuta
anche a me questa idea e ho provato gli gnocchi alle prugne....siamo in tema di colori

Simona Carini

Hi Lori Lynn. It was certainly very good.

Ciao Lenny. Davvero non ci sono more dalle tue parti?

Spero proprio di si', Baol: ci conto.

Risotto lends itself to so many intrpretations. I have more ideas ready to be put into practice, Susan.

If you need to be relieved of some blackberries, Christine, just let me know and I'll be there.

The scratches are an essential part of the more experience, Bruno: they make the berries taste sweeter.

Ciao astro: davvero carina l'idea degli gnocchi alle prugne.


Ciao Simona, pensa che ho una pianta di more sul terrazzo ma per il risotto dovrò aspettare un po' !

Simona Carini

Ciao Natalia: ti auguro di avere delle belle more mature quest'estate.

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