Nektariner

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I dag var jag sugen på något lättfixat till eftermiddagsfikat. Vi hade några tråg med billiga nektariner från Stormarknaden där vissa började att se lite snurkiga ut. Jag bläddrade i mina böcker och fann min väg till den ena mastiga pajen och tarten efter varandra. Men man måste ju inte alltid slå på den stora trumman. Om man vill hitta “less is more” är Bergenströmarnas dessertbok – en favorit från i vintras – ett säkert kort. Halvera nektarinerna, ta ur kärnan och lägg dem i en ugnsfast form. På med några matskedar råsocker. I med lite vatten i botten av formen. In i ugnen ca 20 minuter i 225 grader. Låt svalna och ät med lite vaniljglass. Svårare än så behöver det inte vara.

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Mitt traditionella, något rituella besök hos Åsa Lindström på Gotland resulterade i somras i dessa två muggar. Ack så vackra hennes ting är! Och Mirakelbrickan fick jag med mig från Stockholm. Denna helg gick väl svindlande fort, gjorde den inte det? Man må tro på en fin avslutning i alla fall.

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5 comments

  1. Supertack för tipset – vi har några “snurkiga” nektariner här hemma vi med. 🙂

    Fick min stora och fina Mirakelbricka av fina svägerskan för snart åtta år sedan och I love it fortfarande. Perfekt bärhjälp vid sommarens stora kalas på terassen. Om inte annat så bara som ögongodis då… 😉

    Happy söndagskväll till dig med!
    Och kram.
    Lina

    Lina: De blir ju just det – snurkiga 🙂 Om jag bara fick välja ett mönster av Frank så skulle det bli Mirakel. Vi har en söndergosad kudde som fått pensionera sig från soffan. Sonen hade den som flarriskudde som liten och smekte sönder hörnen när han åt välling på kvällarna. Jag klurar och klurar och klurar lite till vad jag skall satsa på för gardintyg från ST. Blir miraklet lite för mörkt ändå? Jag får lov att klura vidare – i vanlig ordning 🙂 /Kram W

  2. Underbar söndagsbild i förra inlägget!Enkelt är oftast gott! Ugnsvarma nektariner med glass lät smarrigt. Här hemma plockade barnen en liten korg med björnbär igår som jag inte har kommit på vad jag ska göra med än. De är lite sura i smaken och kräver förmodligen tillsats av något sött.Vackra vackra muggar! Vi besökte också denna godisbutik i somras. Jag är så glad över våra två muggar, och vi använder dom varje dag (trots det något jobbiga momentet med handdisk (vilket jag förutsatt att det är…?)).Ha det gott!

  3. Hihi! Jag köpte också exakt dessa två muggar när vi var på Gotland nu i sommar 🙂 Jag frågade Åsa om hon sålde muggarna någon annan stans än på Gotland och då nämnde hon än butik i Stockholm som jag nu har glömt namnet på. Vet du?Malin

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