Cinnamon Roll French Toast with Blackberry Sabayon & Fresh Summer Berries
Plump and juicy, sweet and sometimes tart, oh how we love these jewels of summer. ‘Tis the season of picking and preserving berries of all sorts; a time for dry packing, sugar packing, syrup packing and into the deep freeze for later. A time to taste in the warm sun straight off the bush as you stockpile for the darker days of winter. Friends, you just can’t make it through a North Carolina summer without a taste of warm, fresh blackberry cobbler or a crunchy crisp topped with homemade ice cream (and we sure are thankful for that). We also love ours paired with chevre on garden greens, in a savory reduction over fish or muddled into a cold cocktail. Today we are keeping it classic with a little twist, as we pair our blackberries from Roy Allen with homemade bread from my dad drizzled with a sweet yet tart blackberry sabayon to make this dish complete.
– From the TowniesWS test kitchen by Chef Harrison Littell
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