Peach Cobbler

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mammascookin
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2005/07/13 12:04:09 (permalink)

Peach Cobbler

I am looking for a very good peach cobbler recipe. I have been craving this for quite some time now but can't get the recipe just right...

Has anyone ever tried the Peach Cobbler that Hardees used to sell? That was awesome stuff! If so, any ideas on how to make it taste the same?
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    tiki
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 12:37:27 (permalink)
    Mamascookin---try some of these---i have tried several and have been pleased with them all
    www.cooks.com/rec/search/UUGGGhhGGhfGpGGhGAsshsfsUsyhfswsdsdsEsssdAGhdAssfsssqsAA/
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    mammascookin
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 15:27:46 (permalink)
    Thanks Tiki!
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    mayor al
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 15:42:07 (permalink)

    We picked a gallon bucket full of wild blackberries today. They will make a dutch-oven full of blackberry cobbler to go with our BLT supper tonight.
    I love this time of year...but the pain from some of the blackberry thorns will be with me while I enjoy the berries!
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    mammascookin
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 15:54:37 (permalink)
    That sounds soooo good!
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    tiki
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 17:22:09 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Al-The Mayor-Bowen


    We picked a gallon bucket full of wild blackberries today. They will make a dutch-oven full of blackberry cobbler to go with our BLT supper tonight.
    I love this time of year...but the pain from some of the blackberry thorns will be with me while I enjoy the berries!


    BLTS with home grown L and T!! Fresh blackberry cobbler!! and Sweet Tea too i bet!!! Would you folks like to adopt and old hippie???---i do dishes and empty the trash!
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 18:22:51 (permalink)
    It is amazing regarding the crop of blackberries we had this year. Just out the street from me, I picked almost two gallons of blackberries in less than one hour. I forgot the insect repellent and I came home and immediately jumped in the shower to shed the worlds meanest insects. (Chiggers).

    I cannot wait for some cobbler, jam and jelly.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 19:31:52 (permalink)
    i don't have the book with me, or i'd give you the recipe, but the baking with julia child book has a cobbler with a johnnycake crust that's just spectacular. all i recall is that it has corn meal instead of some of the flour, and about two cups of heavy cream for a medium-sized cobbler.

    one of the world's great breakfasts, in the unlikely event there are leftovers.
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    tiki
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 20:30:48 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Scallion1

    i don't have the book with me, or i'd give you the recipe, but the baking with julia child book has a cobbler with a johnnycake crust that's just spectacular. all i recall is that it has corn meal instead of some of the flour, and about two cups of heavy cream for a medium-sized cobbler.

    one of the world's great breakfasts, in the unlikely event there are leftovers.



    Hmmmmm---IN the one hand---cobbler--and In the other---room temp left over pizza!!!! TOUGH choice! Guess i'll have to do BOTH!
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    Scallion1
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    RE: Peach Cobbler 2005/07/13 20:41:27 (permalink)
    naaahh. the cobbler soaks up all the juices and gets all nice and soggy and purple and.... i gotta stop.

    on the other hand, if it were some leftover bucatini amatriciana, i might have a problem.
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