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July 10, 2014


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"Il connubio di sapori è perfetto."
I can't wait to make this cobbler, the list of ingredients for the topping reads so much healthier than what has been my favourite topping so far!

Have I ever told you that I love to read both your English and your Italian version of a recipe? Feels like poetry, each and every time.


I am drooling over it, Simona. So pretty!


questo dolce mette allegria...!

Simona Carini

Ciao Merisi. Let me know if you try. With the variety of fruit in season right now, I can't think of making anything else. I am so glad you enjoy reading both versions! Thank you so much for your kind words. Grazie infinite :)

Thank you, Sanhita.

Ciao Fragoliva. Ho un debole per i dolci con la frutta perche' vengono colorati e anche ogni volta diversi.

Delaware Girl Eats

Simona I have been waiting for this! Delaware peaches are starting to come in so the timing is perfect.


più leggero di una crostata ma altrettanto goloso, buonissima idea, quando si tagliano calorie senza togliere il sapore andiamo alla grande ^__^

Simona Carini

Perfect timing then, Cathy. Let me know if you try it. (I am experimenting with a peach tart as well, so make sure you have a good amount of peaches handy :)

Descrizione perfetta, Martissima. Questo e' un dessert davvero leggero ma pieno di gusto, se la frutta e' buona. Buon weekend.


Neanche io conosco nulla di italiano simile al cobbler... Cugino del crumble che conosco poco, l'ho provato solo una volta! Mi sa che è ora di iniziare a provarlo di piú! :)
Amo questi dolci ricchi di frutta sugosa! :)

Simona Carini

Ciao Terry. Ci sono cobbler, crumble e crisp e io conosco bene solo il cobbler. Quello che faccio mi piace molto perche' e' un dolce non molto dolce e ricco di frutta, quindi nutriente. E questa e' la stagione giusta per fare esperimenti. Fammi sapere se lo provi.


Man oh man! This looks so good. I'd like to try to make it. Thanks for the recipe.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Paz. It is quite simple to put together and utterly satisfying. Let me know if you try to make it.

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