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January 18, 2015


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pure con il gelato alla vaniglia homemade... ma tu ci vuoi proprio far sbavare... complimenti e grazie!


would like to give it a try


Buonooo, è una sorta di cobbler quindi?

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Yum! The thing I love about your blog, Simona, is that so often I will discover some lovely dish that I have never heard about before. (And I grew up in New York, just on the border with Connecticut.)


Buonissimo... non lo conoscevo assolutamente! Un bascione!

Simona Carini

Ciao Elena. Il gelato alla vaniglia ci sta proprio bene con questo dolce alla frutta. Grazie a te per l'ospitalita'.

Hello Andrew. I hope you do and hope you like it. Thank you for stopping by.

Ciao Lucia. Si', nel senso che e' uno strato di frutta e uno strato di pasta sopra. Tieni presente pero' che mentre la pasta nel cobbler diventa croccante in superficie grazie alla cottura in forno, nel grunt / slump rimane morbida. Sono buoni tutti e due e sono entrambi un modo per utilizzare la frutta.

Thank you so much, Frank. I am glad my blog is a way to discover new dishes. This was also a discovery for me and one I am glad I made.

Grazie Patti :)

Rachel (Rachel's Kitchen NZ)

Delicious Simona and a different take on a winter favourite.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Rachel :)


I love berries - and I love the photos. I can't wait until spring when the strawberries start again....

Simona Carini

Thank you Katie. I love berries as well, all of them. Just seeing the first strawberries of the season brings a smile to my face: spring is not too far away.


As a a Maritime girl (I grew up in Nova Scotia) - you can take the girl out of the Maritimes but you can't take the Maritimes out of the girl - I could seriously go a big bowl of this for breakfast just now - YUM! Thank you for much for sharing with the #ShopLocalChallenge. There were only 3 entries for January (I was a bit rubbish at promoting it) so I'm carrying them forward to the Feb linky. Hope that's ok!

Simona Carini

I wish there were an easy way for me to send you a bowl of it ;)
It's totally ok to roll over the entry to February.

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