I have the recipe for this "jumbleberry crumble" in one of Nigella Lawson's cookbooks. I've made it many times and usually have a baggie of the crumble and frozen berries in my freezer since it's a quick and easy dessert. And delicious--so delicious in fact that my mother has actually made up a little song and dance that she performs everytime I announce that I'll be making it.
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STRAWBERRY AND ALMOND CRUMBLE If I’d had to choose one thing that cooking could not make better, I’d have put good money on its being a bad strawberry. I’d be embarrassed even to own up to trying to improve it, were it not for the fact that I read an article by Saint Simon of Hopkinson. Nigella's strawberry crumble.
Recipe: Tart Cherry Crumble Recipes from The Kitchn; made this for New Years with some changes. (Added lemon juice, extra ginger, subbed pumpkin pie spice for cinnamon, used 1.5 eggs--seemed too dry with just one.)
Chocolate Salami: I’ve encountered quite a few versions of chocolate salame in Italy – coming to the conclusion that it’s really an Italian version of our chocolate refrigerator cake – and although I am not normally a huge fan of the culinary pun, this does seem the right time of year for such whimsical enterprises.