Here is some peach-cobbler. you see we ate that peach cobbler so we didn't have a picture to take so as soon as we can hide a new batch of it we will post it on the site.
you know how to make peach-cobbler. You learned it here.
Susan invited you to a barbecue party and the host asked you to bring a barbecue dessert. So what are you going to bring? Well, the classic desserts at a barbecue include the cobblers. What are these desserts?
They are our pioneers dessert when it was hard to get crusts to make pies the early pioneers just would put butter on the bottom of the pan. They would then fail the time with whatever food was available.
Then they would place on top of the fruit flour and sugar and bake this and this is what became the dessert. Why was it called the cobbler?
It was called the cobbler because it resembled the cobblestones in a street that's what the cobbler top looked like it was not uniform like pie it was filled on top with fruit sticking out and pieces of dough sticking out.
Making this creation was a common task for the pioneer women who settled the United States. Cobblers came in a variety of routes ranging from orange strawberry cherry, blackberry, and peach, and there was even a chocolate cobbler that we spoke about.
Ingredients for cobbler
The following ingredients are needed to make a peach version.
You will need to have one cup general flour, you need to have 1/2 cup sugar, and 8 peaches. 2 tablespoons cornstarch,1/2 cup milk,one tablespoon orange juice and 2 tablespoons of butter,1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
you will need a baking pan. several bowels
heat oven to 350 f
in first saucepan mix sugar,cornstarch,cinnamon,vanilla then add water,orange juice and peaches. heat to boiling for one minute and use spoon to stir mixture. close heat
pour into a 2 quart glass baking pan . I like corning glass ware.
In large bowel pour flour,one tablespoon sugar,milk and melted butter until everything is combined.
using a tablespoon drop the dough onto the hot peachs in the baking pan until dough is gone.
bake for 30 minutes in preheated oven. Serve with ice cream or whipped cream
serve peach-cobbler with ribs learn to cook ribs
louisemellor.com a good website on desserts and recipes
Here is a favorite website I have found many different recipes Chef Louise Mellor. take a look at her recipes they make good sides for barbecue
I made Chocolate cream brulee using her recipes.
here is the link For more desserts beyond peach-cobbler
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