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 Peach, or other, Cobbler

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matilda

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  • Location: Port Royal, SC
Peach, or other, Cobbler Sat, 07/21/07 4:37 PM (permalink)
Please don't think me lame, although I do have a broken arm at the moment, because I would like to ask you good folks for some suggestions. You may find the answers to be glaringly obvious, however I've not ever done much baking of sweets beyond the most pedestrian of methods. I have Bisquick and a jar of DelMonte Orchard Select Sliced Cling Peaches--Yellow Cling in Light Syrup...I'd like to avoid wasting any of the good juice that's coming with the peaches. Should I increase the amount of Bisquick? Decrease the amount of milk? What? Also, I have a few fresh peaches that I'd like to incorporate as well. I have baked from scratch, though never really wavered from any recipe on the advice that it could ruin the end product. If it were any other kind of dish I'd certainly have no qualms about being adventuresome--just not with this...I want it to be really awesome. Thank you.
M.
P.S. I have some Mandarin oranges packed the same way by the same brand, as well as some fresh Granny Smith apples...would these make nice cobblers?
P.P.S. Goodness, I just remembered I have a fresh, whole, Golden pineapple, too. LOL.
 
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