Cobbler Thread


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I do love some cobbler and would like to see a thread about them,just to see what others like to add,cobblers was one of the first things I tried to bake and they are easy to make and taste great

like I put in pineapple chunks with my peach cobbler to spice it up a bit or i have used cherry pie filling before and yes as you can tell I'm a man trying to learn to do some baking and pushing 60 lol

I did try lemon pie filling,but it wasn't much to write home about :)I thought I would bring it up and se what you thought
 
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Thanks for the feedback @justme4910! Do you mean that you would like to see a new forum section dedicated to cobblers, or just that you would like to see a topic where people discuss cobblers?
 
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it would be nice if there was a forum section dedicated to cobblers,i think it would be great,if it isn't to much trouble to do

I know that there are many a cobbler lover,such as myself and I know that there are probably others on here,that would like to share there recipes and have them in one place

it is just an idea that I thought I would toss out and see what you think
 
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This is the first time i ever hear about cobblers! I just googled them and @justme4910 is so right, they look absolutely delicious!! I'd not mind seeing a whole forum section dedicated to cobblers, but then again I think cobblers recipes could easily be added to the pastries section?
 
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My family only did crisps, so I don't have much experience with cobbler. They are definitely delicious, but I don't know the tricks to making a really good one.
 
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I married an American and hadn't really had cobblers until I met his family - but now they are one of my favorite sweet treats! I think they're very popular in the States. Peach is my favorite but I had never thought about adding pineapple - sounds yummy!
 
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I tend to make a lot of cobblers/crisps, and also share recipes for them on my social media sites, so having a specific section to post recipes and discuss them and the topic would be great @Becky.
 
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I'm not sure whether there would be enough interest in cobblers alone to have a separate forum section, but we could introduce a section for Desserts and they would fit in there nicely. What do you think?
 
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I'm not sure whether there would be enough interest in cobblers alone to have a separate forum section, but we could introduce a section for Desserts and they would fit in there nicely. What do you think?

I think that would be a good idea, because there are many that could fit into the topic, especially since we have people here from many different countries, and the desserts vary by region.
 
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I too would like to see a section devoted to cobblers because there are so many different varieties out there. Everyone makes their cobblers just a little different and they are great all year long to eat. My favorite kind of cobblers are apple and blackberry. I make mine with pancake mix and then top it off with a granola topping.
 
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I'm not sure whether there would be enough interest in cobblers alone to have a separate forum section, but we could introduce a section for Desserts and they would fit in there nicely. What do you think?

that sounds good to me,I would like to know what others are doing,especially since winter is coming here in the U.S, there is nothing like a warm cobbler on a cold day , of course it is good once it has cooled off too
 
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