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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Cobbler

Mmmmmm. I love blackberry cobbler. When we came back to Oregon in the summers my maternal grandma would send us out along the ditches to pick berries and then she'd bake up a cobbler. I made it alot when I got older. Made a apricot cobbler for the 4th of July party, and a peach one more recently. The dough recipe is basically buttermilk biscuits from Joy of Cooking.

Cobbler
2 c ww flour
2t b powder
1/2t b soda
salt
1/3 c olive oil
1/2-3/4 c buttermilk

roast fruit with a little sugar in a pyrex dish 350, 20 min
mix dry ingredients, cut in oil, mix till have 'small peas' of dough
add in buttermilk till a dough forms
 drop spoonfulls over fruit, 350 30 min or so
the apricot one, the peach one is above

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