Grandmothers, even those no longer with us, leave a lasting imprint that often has to do with making memories around food. This is one such recipe.
Often served alongside late afternoon Sunday suppers with whatever fruit found its way from berry patches, brambles, and orchards. Leftover pieces are most welcome the next morning for breakfast with unsweetened cream whipped straight from the udder--today a dollop of crème fraîche does the trick. The seemingly small amount of batter finds a path to rise around every piece of fruit to yield a seasonally appropriate sweet ending that brings back fond memories throughout the year.