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August 13, 2009


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Wonderful entry! Yum! Kind of reminds me of the crema pasticcera I made a long time ago. Gotta make it again.


Jeremy Parzen

I believe it was Rossini who purportedly ate his zampone with zabaione. I've never tried it like that but will one of these days... great post!


I love the idea of serving it over peaches! Just the perfect flavour for that.


Hi Simona -- I love zabaglione! And I love it over fresh fruit. I've only made it once, but I remember how luscious it was. Thanks so much for taking part in this event to honor Julia Child.


ti faccio un regalino con un "award" che mi e' stato dato e lo passo alle persone che mi ispirano in continuazione.


Simona Carini

Hi Paz. I hope you'll follow up on your wish.

Ciao Jeremy. I have heard stories about Mr. Rossini, though not the one you mention. Let me know what you think of the combination, if you try it.

Hi Foodycat. I also think that peaches are very nice with zabaione.

Ciao Lisa. You are welcome: it is always fun to participate. I love the consistency of zabaione: creamy and luscious. Gosh, I get a craving just talking about it.

Ciao Laura: grazie del premio!

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