8 November 2019

Pears and strawberry Crumble (Crumble de peras , almendras, coco y frutillas)








If you ask me right now  which season I like best, I would say it is autumn so far. 
Sincerely at this time I would be happy to be in Autumn and winter will come.

But we are at the end of spring and starting with a very hot summer ,  and   with all the problems we are living here  in our  country now   is very hard.
(Many fights here in many sites that is worry me)
You can go out one day and you do not know if there will be subway or buses.

 Or maybe you have an appointment with the kinesiologist and nobody tells you that he left earlier or that date was suspended, anyway.
And when you ask why happens this, all say but you know the times we are living. Im not agree with it.

In the middle of this I try to keep doing things like baking, reading and pray (like always reading is my my joy) And  I pray a lot by different reasons.
Please pray   for for our country  we need it.

 I made my first strawberry jam and I hope to make apricots jam soon.
And I  made this crumble a few weeks ago (time goes  very fast) and was delicious, pears and strawberries. 
If you like you  can do  with other fruit blends.(apples, raspberries, blueberries )

About these little roses, one day I went to downton and in the middle of chaos someone sell these little roses. I bring them to home, many times I didn't see these little roses.
My chilean grandmom always had these little roses.


Note: And thanks for be there always , many of you mail me.
And thanks by that, Hugs and love for all !!

Source  : Food to love (magazine)








Pears and strawberry crumble



Ingredients

5 pears peeled, cored, sliced
1/3 cup water
2  tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Crumble

2/3 cup plain flour
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
90 grams chopped butter
1/2 cup chopped waltnuts
1/2 cup dessicated coconut

Method

Preheat oven to 180°c  (350 °F)

In a saucepan, combine pears, water sugar and vanilla .
Stir over a low heat until sugar dissolves. Simmer uncovered for 4 to 5 minutrd until pears soften slightly. Remove from heat and mix berries through.

Crumble :
Sift flour into a medium bowl . Stir in sugar. Using yours fingertips, rub in butter until mixture resembles breadscrumbs. Stir nuts and coconut through.
Spoon fruit mixture into a 6 cups ceramic  baking dish kike this or other.




Sprinkle crumble mixture over.
Bake for 20 - 25 minutes until crumble is crip and golden. Serve with cream or ice cream





more roses






















Crumble de peras, almendras, coco y frutillas














73 comments:

  1. Mi piace molto questo abbinamento di sapori! Favolosa!
    Un abbraccio grande

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  2. looks so delicious! Still there are benefits to living in the country, very peaceful.

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  3. Have to keep doing what you enjoy indeed. "the times we are living in" seems to be a universal excuse.

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  4. Thanks Pat. Yes is an excuse. I know :) thanks by coming

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  5. Un crumble très appétissant. J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  6. What a lovely and delicious summer dessert, Gloria. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. That looks so delicious and the roses are so pretty, Gloria! I'm so sorry about what your country is going through. So much unrest in the world :(

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    1. Thanks so much Susan is really difficult time !
      Love these roses always my chilean grand mom bring us !!

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  8. Crumbles are the best, always yummy! Love them☺

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  9. Deve essere deliziosa :P Buon week end

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  10. Tkat looks so delicious. I love strawberry :-)

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  11. This looks absolutely delicious! I love a good crumble and especially anything with pears in it :)

    Olivia-S @ Olivia's Catastrophe

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  12. Pears and strawberry crumble! That looks so good, I'd like to eat that photo!!!

    Blue

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    1. Thanks Grumpy, you can eat all if you like , bises!

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  13. Dear Gloria, that dessert sounds wonderful! And I love those roses too, what a pretty color! Wishing you lots of strength in these difficult times!

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    1. Thanks Anddrea, yes some times are really difficult, hope in the time will be better and more quiet, not with problems all days!!

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  14. I've read about the unrest in Chile. It must be so difficult for you. I'm glad that you're able to keep some sense of normalcy to your daily life by cooking things like this.

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    1. Thanks Jeff we live difficult times but for mental health is good to try to make things and live and cook and bake, we live in the countryside and that help me to be more quiet but we always know all that is happens and my son works in dowton. Thanks Jeff

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    2. I think it's clearer than ever that these kinds of things could happen to any of us, anywhere in the world. I wish the best for you and your son.

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    3. Thanks Jeff, I hope the same. You know finally all we want is peace but we live in a crazy world right now.

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  15. Like you, my favorite is Autumn too. This does look delicious. :)

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  16. Hi Gloria, We both love fruit crumbles but have never tried a pear strawberry combination. Looks great! I've been following the problems in Chile on the Internet and it looks pretty bad...and sad...in a normally stable country. I am always unhappy with news coverage here in the USA due to the 1) the lack of covering real news and 2) covering celebrity news instead! I haven't seen any news on any of our TV networks about the unrest in your country. Hopefully things will settle down soon. From what I understand, just a few families control way too much of the economy (and wealth) in Chile. That is somewhat true here as well but many of our wealthiest do very big charitable projects...museums, housing, education, healthcare, etc. Wishing you and Chile the very best! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Exactly David by years we live ok but always we had many problems, with a few people with money and others with a lot of problems but if you ask me I never I would think in that we are living right now.
      I will be comments here now is a little more quiet but some days is difficult. My son works in the city (dowton) so sometimes Im really worry.
      We live in the countryside so is more quiet but we know all of course. I think CNN is the most is covering the news here and BBC too.
      Thanks to you David, send you hugs and love

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  17. Un dessert davvero meraviglioso! Ti abbraccio tantissimo Gloria! A presto!

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  18. Very pretty. It looks delicious. Love your beautiful roses!

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  19. Thinking of you during these difficult times, Gloria. I agree with Dave. We don't get much coverage of the unrest there here in the US, but I keep updated through folks I follow on Instagram. I do pray things will settle down for your countrymen soon.

    Your crumble looks delish. I'd love to tuck into it while reading a good book and sipping some freshly brewed tea.

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    1. Thanks Theresa, what a time, never before I think we would live all these things, is like other country sometimes. I hope the president finally think in something!! Is terrorific sometimes!
      Thanks Theresa love crumbles! hugs to you dear

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  20. Praying that difficult times get over soon, Gloria... I am wondering how much strawberries did you use in this crumble... I am so in love with the topping used, so delicious...

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    1. Thanks dear Rafee, yes I hope the same, difficult times, how are you doing Rafee?
      I love the topping too!bises

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  21. Que delicioso crumble!....a esas rosas las llamabamos "besitos" ....no se ahora....estamos todos rezando......Abrazotes, Marcela

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    1. Hola Marcela, que tiempos amiga, que tiempos. Si mi abuelita Chela les decia besitos, las compre en el centro, que preciosas son y me hizo recordar a mi mama y mi abuelita, un abrazo amiga!

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  22. Delicious combination! It looks wonderful.

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  23. The combination of pear and strawberries sound amazing and I love the almonds on it. Beautiful roses Gloria...
    Have a wonderful week!

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    1. Thanks Juliana ! Hope you have a nice week too!

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  24. I love a good crumble, so easy and yours looks so moreish! Buonissimo Gloria.

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  25. I do enjoy the combination of pear and strawberries, lovely recipe suggestion.
    The roses are a joy to see.

    Prayers and good wishes, times for many are not easy at present :)

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks Jean, I love crumble too, and love roses, thanks by prayers !

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  26. Delizioso e complimenti per le rose sono bellissime!
    baci
    Alice

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  27. I'm sorry you're dealing with such unrest in Chile. I'll keep you in my prayers, my friend. I love crisps and crumbles and this fruit combo is wonderful! xo

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  28. When I heard about the troubles in Chile I of course thought of you. I hope things resolve as quickly as possible. Best wishes for more normalcy (and roses). (Inger at Art of Natural Living--it's giving me some sign in problems...)

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    1. Thaks Inger, really nice of you remember me ! Hope you can fix your blog!!

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  29. Beautiful roses and delicious crumble too! I am so sorry for the troubles in your country! Praying for you and your family sweet friend. Be careful and safe. XOXO

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    1. Thanks Reeni, how are you doing, nice to see you here :)

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  30. Autumn is my favorite season as well. Ours has been rather horrid so far, very dry and windy and dusty, we are all hoping for some rain. Meanwhile, a nice piece of your crumble could cheer me up immediately, it looks delicious. A big hug.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thanks Amalia, This summe looks terrible Amalia we are still in spring and we have 34 ° C and lots of fires here! send you hugs and love

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  31. Io invece preferisco la primavera. Adoro i suoi colori

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    1. Grazie Elena, love spring but the last years we have only summer and all is really dry here!! !!

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  32. Baking is great for relieving stress. Hope all is well (or better) soon. The crumble looks delicious!

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    1. Yes Lisa, baking is my anti stress !! Thanks Lisa !

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  33. très appétissant
    bonne soirée

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  34. Un crumble bien gourmand. J'en mangerai avec grand plaisir.
    A bientôt

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