Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Blueberry Crumb Bars

Blueberry Crumb Bar

30 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

I love Blueberry Crumb Bars and yours look perfect as well as very pretty! Scrumptious!

Cheers,

Rosa

The DeL Sisters said...

I love blueberries! Your pictures of these makes me want to make them now!

protocolsnow said...

Anatomy is tough, and this won't make you feel better, but it only gets worse from here. Hang in there!

veron said...

These crumb bars look amazing. Anatomy ...eek...the only anatomy I like is Grey's Anatomy - the tv show. Study hard...we'll be here...:)

Mevrouw Cupcake said...

You hang in there Amy! I'll certainly be keeping track of you by way of my feed reader!

trina said...

Your site is lovely. I just came across you via your green onion pancakes recipe, and I wanted to tell you how impressed I am by everything here. It's all so well organized and laid out, something I'm always working on. Anyway, I'm so happy that you've chosen a hobby that serves us all so well!

Cindy said...

congrats on starting med school. there will be times when you feel like your sanity hangs on by a thread, but hang in there--it's SO worth it!

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

No need to explain anything to us. We know how grueling your schedule is going to become. Blog when you can and we'll be waiting.

Your bars look beautiful! I'm so flattered that I helped inspire you to make them. You are so right about the food blog community. It is like no other!

Julia said...

I just want you to know that I think you're such an amazing cook and actually was the one blog that got me into my nerdy craze of food blogging. I was looking around for some desserts a really long time ago (like a year?) and ran across your blog and the white chocolate green tea cheesecake brownies and was memorized not only by the uniqueness of the recipe but also by the stunning picture. I stared at it for days and as is so happened my birthday was right at the time so my mom gave me green tea powder as a gift just so I could make them. Well I love food blogging, I love the community, and I'm going to miss you're regular blogs but I completely understand as I am in school as well and have momentarily given up my blog too. But I had to tell you, I finally made the brownies the other day and everyone loved them. Thanks for being my inspiration, good luck in school and sorry this message is so long!

Passionate Eater said...

Thanks for taking time to think of us! You've taught us so much, and will continue to do so. Good luck in med school--I know where to now get treatment from the best Dr. around!

Sylvie said...

The bars look delicious. Good luck with your studies!

TeaLady said...

These look really good. And how you find time to bake AND study for med school. WOW!!!

BTW I gave you an award. You can pick it up on my site.

Thanks for your blog

Mrs. L said...

Your going to med school and worrying about us? Go. Learn. Come back when you can.

As for the Blueberry's, I will bookmark this recipe for next season. I used all my blueberry's on a cheesecake and never thought to get extra to freeze to use during the winter months. See, we need you :)

Wandering Chopsticks said...

Amy, you don't have to explain or apologize for anything. I'll miss your regular blogs and comments, but you've got a pretty valid reason! Blogging should be something you do for fun, but it shouldn't be your priority. I'll still be here. :)

And phooey to crappy comments. I hit delete because that's where they belong.

Jeena said...

Fabulous pictures, this looks so tasty, I love the dusting of sugar on top. :-)

Parsec said...

Good luck studying! The picture is amazing!

Tasty Thai Cooking said...

That look sooooo goood!

Mary said...

What a balancing act! Your blog is truly lovely.

Maria said...

Blueberries are always good in desserts! These bars look amazing!

grace said...

I just recently stumbled on your blog. This picture looks amazing. I am excited to read more updates from you!

Lucy said...

I just started med school this fall too, and my food blog has fallen by the wayside because I've barely had time to cook for myself, let alone keep up a blog :P So you're not alone! Anatomy is crazy eh? But also quite amazing :) Good luck!

Amy said...

Lol Veron, my textbook is called Gray's Anatomy. Totally not related to the show but I still got a kick out of it. :D

Thank you guys for all the kind words. xoxo

Tealady said...

Please don't forget to pick your award at my blog. And thanks for yours.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

Since we were married when my husband was in med school, I know the insane hours that are required of you. If blogging is a source of pleasure for you, then I think it's a great outlet from studying. But if it becomes too much, then you just need to do what you need to do. We understand. :) I truly wish you much success, Amy.

Melissa said...

Wow, what a delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing this gem.

Melissa
http://saucychef.blogspot.com/

Chocolate Shavings said...

Those crumb bars look great! I understand the work-level of med school through my boyfriend who just finished his intensive time at the anatomy lab!
I hope you still find the time to blog though!

www.chocolateshavings.ca

creampuff said...

Oh my goodness, those look absolutely amazing!

dessertobsessed said...

WOW you're in med school?? yea, i'm swamped with midterms too, but i'm graduating soon! i love your blog! i'm totally adding it to my blogroll!

Bonnie said...

What a beautiful blog with so many pretty pictures and food just to my taste!
And no grammatical/spelling errors that prevail in many other blogs! Then I realised that this was a doctor-to-be and everything made sense!
Good luck with med school! I am going to be studying Nutrition and Dietetics soon...

Becca Wong said...

Thank you soo much for posting this recipe! I tried it out yesterday, and as I was making the crumbles, I didn't want a wholllee chunk of butter to be in there and they weren't yet a size smaller than a pea! So.. I kept breaking it... and
it was more like broken peices of dough T_T My dad told me that I was messing with it too long, and after that he took the whisk out of my hand and started messing with it more -_- LOLL!!
But it still turned out wonderfully! :) I put a little too much lemon, and I forgot to butter and flower the pan beforehand -_- sighh!

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