Today in Food History – April 13th

APRIL 13 – Today in Food History
– National Peach Cobbler Day

 
Although, this seems like the wrong time of year to consider making Peach Cobbler, this is a delicious and easy dessert to create. If you are fortunate to have summer peaches in the freezer, then thaw a pack and enjoy. If not, frozen peaches from the grocer will work too!

For a complete explanation of the differences in cobbler and its cousins, Cobbler – Crisps – Crumble – Brown Betty – Buckle – Grunts – Slumps – Bird’s Nest Pudding – Sonker -Pandowdy, investigate:  What’s Cooking America for the history and legends of cobbler.

For an easy, delicious recipe for Peach Cobbler,
check out the Kitchen Love page.

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© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

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Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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8 Responses to Today in Food History – April 13th

  1. I wonder if pear cobbler would be good. I have bunches of canned pears from our trees that I should use up.

  2. Oh I love peach cobbler and it is one of my husbands favorites. The only thing is you have made me want to fix one now!

  3. anjoe says:

    I just checked out the recipe – and yes it sounds easy!
    And your photo looks all to delicious here 15:45 danish afternoon :-D

  4. Yummy yummm… Okay, time for my dessert.. :)

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