Sunday, August 12, 2012

TREAT OF THE WEEK - 13



Amarena, chocolate, melon and lemon

8 comments:

Miss Footloose said...

I'm glad this isn't actually sitting in front of me, or I would eat it.

Or maybe it is health food?

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

MMMMMMM Delicious, you have lots of lovely treats over there Pat xx

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

An interesting sounding combination.

Gledwood said...

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"The Amarena cherry is a small sour dark coloured Italian cherry grown in the Bologna and Modena regions of Italy. It is usually bottled in syrup and used as a decoration on rich chocolate desserts.

The Amarena variety of cherry was developed by Gennaro Fabbri who was born in 1869 in Bologna, Italy. He started commercial production of cherry related products in 1905 under the Fabbri brand. The Fabbri company is still family owned and produces a number of natural cherry pastries, syrups and beverages."

And ooooo ~~ doesn't Simee look really really cute; furry little babbeee!! (Woofwoof!)

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Liz said...

So looking forward to getting back to italy and ice cream in september!

Jenny Woolf said...

Looks very stylish, and I am sure it tastes as good as Sicilian always does!

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Well, it's my kind of health food as it makes me feel better, Miss F! Hi, Anne. We do indeed. x Hi, LindyLouMac. I can recommend it. Hi, Gleds. Yes, I use Amerena Fabbri in desserts a lot. They used to aslways come in nice porcelain jars but these are getting difficult to find now. Simi says "Woof"! Btw, you're very artistic there! x

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Liz. Whereabouts in Italy? x Hi, Jenny. Oh, it does! x

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