Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Strawberry Pear Crumble Love

 I mentioned a few posts back that our strawberries were coming in like crazy.
I'd had my eye out for different ways to prepare them, when I noticed
one of those "You might also like" links at the bottom of Sarah's recent post.
 It said "The Beach Cottage Go To Strawberry Pear & Strawberry Crumble"
It was from a post she did last Fall, because Sarah gets strawberries at a
different time of year than we do :-)
I made it about a week ago, and I only have one complaint...
 I took a bite when it was a little too hot, and decided to wait a bit and let it cool.
Big mistake my friends...
I waited too long. It was gone before I got a chance to eat anymore!
 I used canned pears, because I had them on hand.
Sarah's oven temp says 200 C., so I baked them at 375 F.
A conversion site said it should be about 400 degrees, but my stove runs a bit hot. 

I've made it a 2nd time, and I learned my lesson...

Make two...You might get a little bit that way :-)
It's absolutely delicious!!! Thanks Mrs. BC :-) I've included the link for the recipe
and visit A Beach Cottage and join the Good Life Wednesday Party,
along with Gooseberry Patch to join Recipe Round-Up
I hope you're all having a great week :-)
Blessings,
Marcia

40 comments:

Nancy said...

Hi Marcia,

It sounds really good! (and looks good, too). I like your photos, your kitchen is bright and cheery.

Have a wonderful day tomorrow!

Nancy

Cinnamon said...

OH that does look delicious! I will have to try that. Except I want the adorable dish you have :-)

~Cinnamon

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

Hi Marcia! That looks so yummy. I would love to come right on over and visit with you for awhile and enjoy some of that tasty desert. Looks so good right about now! Hahahaha....hope you and your sweet family are doing good!
Blessings,
Debbie

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

Hey Marcia, I read the rest of your posts while I was here and I was so glad and grateful to read the one about Jordan. I remember praying for him when you posted that day about him. So very happy to see a picture of him.
Blessings,
Debbie

Kimberly said...

Love, Love Love the cherry pie plate and bowl- you should know better being the Momma of 6! Get yours first!!!!!!!!

A Rosy Note said...

Mmmm...doesn't that look delicious?! I think making two sounds like a good plan :)

It's me said...

This looks so delicious !! yammie !!...have a nice day darling...love Ria...xxx...

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Hi Marcia! Yum! That looks delicious and pretty too, made in those beautiful cherry bowls and pie plate. Love those! And love your photos. Have a happy Wednesday! ~Cheryl

Theresa said...

YUMMY, can't wait to try this! I bet it would be a real hit at Sunday lunch at Church:)

Have a blessed day dear Marcia! HUGS!

Vicki said...

Marcia this one has been bookmarked! Looks delicious.

Becky K. said...

Beautiful!! Making my mouth water this morning!! We have been enjoying strawberries here too.
Warren's mom made strawberry basil scones. They were interesting.

Melanie said...

That looks so delicious! I may have to give that a try!! I think the pears would be wonderful mixed in like that.

Something that my mom likes to do is get an angel food cake and rip it into pieces and layer her trifle bowl with the cake, strawberries, and cool whip. It's so pretty and easy and tastes good too. :)

Hope your week is going well. :)

Farm Girl said...

Oh it looks so yummy. I totally love your pans. I will have to try this.
Blessings,

Keri On said...

Can't wait to give that a try! Looks delicious!

T's Daily Treasures said...

I don't think you can ever go wrong with a crisp or a crumble. Yum and double yum! And if it is a'la mode, all the better. :) Happy day, Tammy

Jenni said...

This looks so delicious! And your pictures are beautiful, too~ so bright and cheerful, and vintage like. :) And guess what? I have the same cherries canisters! I wish Target still sold this line! :)

How are you doing this week? I hope you are having a beautiful day so far! :)

Blessings,
Jenni

Julia said...

Although I can't eat strawberries I covet your beautiful plates. They are absolutely gorgeous. I used to be able to eat strawberries years ago and I love the taste but unfortunately I can only smell them now. JB

Gloria said...

YUMMM! :) That looks and sounds delicious! Your cherry dishes are very adorable!! Did Target use to sell those canisters? WAAAY cute!

I hope you are enjoying a sweet & wonderful Summer...:)

xoxo...Gloria

mommyx12 said...

That LOOKS as good as it probably tastes. We will have to try this recipe.

michelle said...

It looks so good Marcia! I will have try that strawberries and in season now!!
Thanks for the link!

Deborah said...

Mmmmmm such yumminess!!!
I will have to try this one for sure!
Ive never thought of that combination!!
Love your baking dishes too!!
Thank you for dropping in! :)

Deborah xo

Julie Harward said...

A good idea here..YUM! And I love the cherry dishes too! :D

NanaDiana said...

Hi Marcia- I cannot wait until we have strawberries...a couple more weeks for us! This sounds like an easy and wonderful recipe! Thanks for sharing it here- xo Diana

koralee said...

Yummm sweet friend...this does look amazing.

Off to add you to my pinterest account again...I lost everything the other day. Still doesn't work the best for me but I must try to repin some of your images...they were amazing. xoxox Hugs.

outdoor.mom said...

oh yum!

sweet lemonade gal said...

Oh I love crumbles. I call them "lazy woman's pie". Not a big fan of making pie crust, so a fruit crumble always works for me. I have some can pears myself that need to get used. Thanks for the link and tips.

blessings, jilly

Heidi said...

Can I come over for tea and a bite of this? It looks delish! I will bookmark the recipe and try it as June is strawberry month in Holland.

Hugs from Holland ~
Heidi

Ava said...

Love , love , love the pie dish , and you've done such a good job with the recipe ! Love the whole look of your blog xx

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Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Sounds yummy...and looks great too!:)
Lovely blog!

Jeni said...

This looks superbly delish!!! I'm def. making a pie this weekend of some sort...mmmm

Janet said...

That looks like a yummy recipe! Your photos are so pretty, too! Hope you're having a great summer so far!
Blessings,
Janet

Elizabeth said...

Looks delish!
Catching up! Love all your pretty pics! Also so glad to see your nephew improving! What a wonderful picture of his family!
God bless!
Elizabeth

Cozy Little House said...

I adore the red and white bakeware! And the recipe ain't too shabby either!
Brenda

Sunny Simple Life said...

How did I miss this? MMMmmm. I love the pie plate and bowl too.

Mandy @ Creekside Creations said...

Looks wonderful, Marcia!!

I love home grown strawberries - nothing else even comes close!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

I sure miss having fresh strawberries from our garden. We had an entire raised bed of strawberries but they only last two years and then you have to replant and so we had to pull them out last year and didn't replant yet. I was wondering??? Did you paint your adirondack white?!!! looks like it from your blog banner. So pretty.

Brandi said...

Hi Marcia! fresh strawberries from the garden sounds wonderful. your crumble looks delicious! I love your red and white baking dishes.

A Simple Life... said...

Can't wait to try this ♥ Looks scrumptious!

Barb J. said...

Looks yummy! Definitely going to have to try this one.