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April 19, 2015

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These look delicious! Strawberries are so good...

Paz

These look very tempting. I ike the word "rubini" -- sweet rubies. Love it!

Pattipatti

Che buoni che sono questi scones.... lo sai che quando sono andata in California una delle cosa che mi portarono a fare gli amici di mio padre fu di andare a raccogliere le fragole per la cena? Erano buonissime!!! Un bascione forte forte

Connie Pappalardo

I've never even HEARD of oven roasted berries. I'm allergic to strawberries, but I love scones. Can I do this with raspberries?

Simona Carini

Ciao Patti. Le fragole qui sono davvero popolari e mangiarle appena colte e' una delizia. Finisco col comprarne tante ed e' per questo che ho una serie di ricette per utilizzarle, dal momento che non si mantengono a lungo.

Hi Connie. I cannot claim I invented roasted strawberries, but I probably use them more than anybody in my kitchen ;) I am sorry to read you are allergic to them. Raspberries are so delicate, I would use them fresh. To concentrate their flavor and eliminate the pips, I would follow the preparation described in this recipe for risotto, then use 1/4 of the pureed raspberries in the recipe above. Are you allergic to other fruit as well?

Simona Carini

We like them a lot, Paz ;)

Debra

I love the idea do roasting strawberries, Simona. Thanks for reading along. Great looking scones.

Simona Carini

My pleasure, Debra. Oven-roasted strawberries are quite versatile and slightly addictive.

lucia

li ho fatti anch'io e sono una delizia!!!

Simona Carini

Grazie Lucia :)

Wendy, A Day in the Life on the Farm

These are just lovely. Strawberry season should be coming up here in Michigan in a couple of weeks. I can't wait.

Rachel Jagareski

A great recipe for the upcoming strawberry season!

Delaware Girl Eats

Simona -- the idea of roasting the berries is very creative. I have to say however, that plopping a juicy ripe strawberry right into my mouth from the market basket is my absolute favorite way of eating them

Simona Carini

Thank you, Wendy. I hope the season is good in Michigan.

Thank you, Rachel.

I totally understand, Cathy. I always buy three baskets so there is enough to satisfy my mouth and the recipes I like to make with them.

Claudia

I am very much looking forward to making these. Thank you Simona, for another great recipe.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Claudia. BTW, the kefir grains you gave me are still going strong ;)

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