Peach Cobbler

There some great dishes in life that can literally transport you to another time or another place. In my mind, peach cobbler is one of those dishes. I have such strong memories of eating peach cobbler in the last few weeks of summer when peaches are ripe and juicy, the air is warm and breezey, and you’re with friends or family, just enjoying the evening. Sometimes I can close my eyes and be whisked away with one bite of peach cobbler.

To learn more about this Peach Cobbler, head over to Cooking New England for the full post and recipe.

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    Juliane Savin — April 13, 2013 at 10:11 pm

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    Adela Zuckerberg — April 14, 2013 at 2:44 am
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    Linda — June 11, 2013 at 9:53 am

    Here’s my recipe and it’s a winner: cut apples in chunks, add a little water and a little regular sugar or splenda. But then add a handful or two of cinnamon red hots!!!!!. Bring the pot to a low simmer, stirring occasionally, but stop just before apples turn to much, in other words, they’re barely done. Remove from heat and serve. They really are delicious, hot or cold. The apple chunks are delightful. Try it and hope you also like it.

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