By: Danya Weiner
A few weeks ago I met a woman who cooks according to the Chinese doctrine and she told me that in China there are five seasons. The fifth season is the late summer. I think that’s what we’ve been experiencing here for the last few months. This past weekend I felt that finally, all signs of summer disappeared. Even now that the rain has ceased, its actually cold enough to wear the sweaters that thought they really weren’t going to get any use this year. So after posting a soup recipe last week, this week I decided to share a winter dessert recipe.
It amazes me that you can take a well-known cooking technique and tweak it just a bit to make it something totally different.
A sweet crumble is a classic winter dish, and I love the contrasting characteristics of the dish- sweet and tart, hot out of the oven, served with cold ice cream. You can make a sweet crumble out of almost any type of fruit. In the winter try apples, pears, strawberries, rhubard, or a combination....
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