Pics of my Apple Cobbler

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2010/12/11 14:24:25 (permalink)

Pics of my Apple Cobbler

Topped with Whipped Cream and Caramel, any takers?

 
post edited by chewingthefat - 2010/12/11 14:27:32
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/11 15:51:50 (permalink)
    I would take-awesome looking dessert-put some pecans on it and I would die for it!
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/11 16:39:35 (permalink)
    Do you deliver....to California?
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/11 17:09:16 (permalink)
    annpeeples

    I would take-awesome looking dessert-put some pecans on it and I would die for it!

    Good Idea!!!

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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/12 00:20:59 (permalink)
    I'll take it!  Minus the caramel, but I'll take it.  Make mine a double order with a cup of coffee.  And I hope the bowl is a gift. 
    post edited by MellowRoast - 2010/12/13 11:04:34
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/12 18:15:35 (permalink)
    How do you acquire the apples?  Do you have them dried and have water added afterwards?  Looks reaaly good to me and the caramel is a nice after thought.
     
    Apples anything is always a neat fall and winter delight.
     
    Nice choice.
     
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/12 19:40:13 (permalink)
    Sundancer7

    How do you acquire the apples?  Do you have them dried and have water added afterwards?  Looks reaaly good to me and the caramel is a nice after thought.

    Apples anything is always a neat fall and winter delight.

    Nice choice.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN


    In most parts of the country fresh apples are available all year long. What did you mean?
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/13 07:48:52 (permalink)
    What I mean't was:  Did you used dried, canned or fresh apples.
     
    Thanks
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/13 11:35:12 (permalink)
    Sundancer7

    What I mean't was:  Did you used dried, canned or fresh apples.

    Thanks
    Paul

    Fresh, we have Orchards all over the place around here.
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/16 12:22:02 (permalink)
    Paul, Lots of apples in the stores...but the one that really works for us is the Arkansas Black. If it ripens in late August like it is supposed to, you can expect good crisp apples till after the first of the year if you refrigerate them. They have the best shelf-life of any apples we've grown.  Granny Smiths are right up there too !
    The Dessert looks very good Tom. How large a 'tray' do you make at one time?
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/18 07:59:01 (permalink)
    mayor al

    Paul, Lots of apples in the stores...but the one that really works for us is the Arkansas Black. If it ripens in late August like it is supposed to, you can expect good crisp apples till after the first of the year if you refrigerate them. They have the best shelf-life of any apples we've grown.  Granny Smiths are right up there too !
    The Dessert looks very good Tom. How large a 'tray' do you make at one time?

     
     
    Al, did you get turned on to Arkansas Black at Carvers Orchard in Tennessee?  I was there a few weeks ago and I guess it was late October.  There was still Arkansas Black on the trees.  Perhaps they were late coming in this year.  The owner told me that was one of their best sellers but they did not have that many trees and they sold out quickly.
     
    Nothing like the smell of apple pie and cobbler in the over.
     
    Paul E. Smith
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/18 11:50:56 (permalink)
    mayor al

    Paul, Lots of apples in the stores...but the one that really works for us is the Arkansas Black. If it ripens in late August like it is supposed to, you can expect good crisp apples till after the first of the year if you refrigerate them. They have the best shelf-life of any apples we've grown.  Granny Smiths are right up there too !
    The Dessert looks very good Tom. How large a 'tray' do you make at one time?

    Al, I believe it's 10 x 13, we cook about 3 at a time.

    post edited by chewingthefat - 2010/12/18 11:52:38
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/22 12:24:15 (permalink)
    Awesome! Wish I had a big bowl of this apple crisp right now.
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/22 12:24:26 (permalink)
    Awesome! Wish I had a big bowl of this apple crisp right now.
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/22 12:24:42 (permalink)
    Awesome! Wish I had a big bowl of this apple crisp right now.
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    Re:Pics of my Apple Cobbler 2010/12/22 12:25:00 (permalink)
    Awesome! Wish I had a big bowl of this apple crisp right now.
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