Monday, January 10, 2011

ABC Wednesday

The letter this week is Z

Z is for Zabaglione


The recipe is here




Simple, smooth and delicious, -  exotic and comforting all at the same time.

For more interesting takes on the letter Z visit here, at ABC Wednesday.


A River Stone  #11

I add a little dab of jam
(apricot, I think..)
to my zabaglione.....

and praise Italians

23 comments:

Carver said...

That looks delicious and very cool Z word.

Sylvia K said...

It does indeed look delicious and I just may have to try making some! Thanks for the recipe! Definitely a great word for the Z Day! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!

Sylvia

richies said...

sounds tasty!

An Arkies Musings

Leslie: said...

Oh how could I have forgotten about that wonderful Italian dessert! It IS delicious, isn't it?

Nanka said...

Yummylicious!! would be nice with jam too :) hmmm!!

Roger Owen Green said...

Very appealing d-ZERT.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Wanda said...

Well I'm drooling... I make an egg custard pudding that is similar...but I've never added the wine.

Loved watching the process~~~

Great and delicious way to end the Alphabet!!!

photowannabe said...

Yummy, yummy, yummy....
A perfectly delightful choice for the letter Z. Thanks for the recipe too.

Gigi Ann said...

That sounds delicious, I love puddings, but haven't made any in quite a few years.

I am also playing along with the River Stones. They are at, http://annsquotesandthings.blogspot.com

I also liked your little stones.

Barb said...

The 3 egg yolks stopped me cold, Hildred! I'll just savor the thought of it. Who drew the sketch in your Header?

EG Wow said...

That looks so good!

jabblog said...

Very tempting :-)

Reader Wil said...

That must be very delicious! Thank you for the recipe!

Kay L. Davies said...

Ooh, when I saw the thumbnail picture I thought "I hope it's zabaglione"!! Wonderful choice, Hildred.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Penny said...

Ah zabaglione! Memories of fun nights after a days skiing, although we used 2 eggs to 2 sugar and a friends very dry very fruity sherry. It was the best. Supposedly good for the digestion, and some said a night of love making.

VioletSky said...

ooh, I like what Penny added.
looks a yummy dessert.

Tumblewords: said...

It looks wonderful and easy, too. I'm tempted to try it, for sure! Thank you...

Gattina said...

That's a real long time I haven't eaten that !!

ChrisJ said...

First: I love your painting on the banner of the blog. Did you do it?
Second: Do you think I could substitute something else for the wine? I know everyone thinks wine is marvelous, but not me.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

It look delicious and I don't believe I have ever tried it. Great Z word! A x

RuneE said...

I suddenly felt an urge for something delicious ...

nonizamboni said...

How yummy! Thanks for the recipe and how-to video.
I thought of you this Christmas when I made my first 'figgy pudding' Hopefully it won't be my last. . .an aquired taste perhaps?
Happy Wednesday!

Beverley Baird said...

I've never had that! But ir does look delicious!
Love your header - but then I love Van Gogh!