Friday, July 13, 2012

Temperature - Peach Cobbler - Final Day To Register On Give-Away

Pssst…….check this out!!!!  Yes, the temperature J



Kind of high, you think? 

As promised, I made a peach cobbler from scratch with fresh peaches.  By the time the cobbler was finished, Bulldog Man was coming home from work to have lunch and Tank was preparing to go to work.  The boys wanted spaghetti with sauce and chicken.  So I whipped up lunch quickly.  Everyone ate pasta and chicken, then wanted cobbler for dessert. 

Peach Cobbler


This is all that is left. What does that tell you?  It was so good, we're all going to fight over the last bit of Cobber,
J
                                                                   Peach Cobbler
(Recipe from the Salt Lick Restaurant Austin, TX)

(Batter)
½ cup melted butter
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
¼ teaspoon salt
2/3 cup milk (at room temperature)
1 egg (at room temperature)

(Filling)
9 – 10 fresh peaches (or 28 ounces of sliced peaches, drained)
½ cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
¼ teaspoon nutmeg (if you really like nutmeg, add ½ teaspoon instead)
Directions
Melt butter in a 9X13 baking dish/pan.
Mix together flour, sugar, baking powder & salt.
Stir in milk & egg.
Pour evenly over melted butter.
Combine peaches, sugar & spices and spread over batter * DO NOT STIR!!!!!!
Bake 35-45 minutes at 350 degrees until the batter comes to the top and is golden brown.


*****Don’t forget to register for the Hand Crank Apple Peeler Give-Away; this is the last day to register!!!! A winner will be announced tomorrow. *****

12 comments:

  1. That cobbler looks sooo good. I made peach butter yesterday and all the jars sealed!

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    1. That is great news! How many jars were you able to can?

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    2. 1/2 box of very ripe peaches yielded 6 half pint jars. I now understand why people do whole bushels. It's a lot of work for just a little stuff.

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    3. 1/2 box of very ripe peaches yielded 6 half pint jars. I now understand why people do whole bushels. It's a lot of work for a little yield.

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  2. Looks great, I'm allergic to peaches but some apples would substitute nicely.

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    1. You could substitute the peaches with any type of fruit.

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  3. I about melted when I saw the digital readout for your temp. But .. the picture of the cobbler revived me.

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    1. We've melted along time ago. The cobbler has revived all as you can tell, very little left. LOL!!!

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  4. Wow, you are having some really hot weather! Is it humid too or dry??

    Your peach cobbler looks yummy!

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    1. Robin,

      Hey girl! With these high temperatures the last couple of days, it's been dry (as Bulldog Man would say, dry as a popcorn fart in a whirl wind).
      The cobbler was delicious, I've been asked to make another for all the people at my sons job.

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  5. Hi! I been looking through your nice blog here! I had to stop at Peach Cobbler! it is one of our family favorites. Your recipe sounds pretty yummmy. I stopped by from Rocky Oak Homestead. I can sure follow you and start enjoying your blog, too! Come visit me some time.
    Blessings,
    Susie

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    1. Thank you! Peach Cobbler is a favorite here too.
      I will come and visit, thank you for following me. In the next day or so, I will be giving you the official welcome on my blog. Thank you for visiting.

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