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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Peach Cobbler from Laura McLeod

Maybe because it is the end of March and feels like the end of January here in the South....
and I am hankering for a little bit warmer weather right now.
Or maybe because we enjoyed cobbler earlier this month
at the Booth Western Art Museum's Dutch Oven Cookoff...
I had to post this recipe for Peach Cobbler!
Or maybe it's just because I love Peach cobbler!
It brings to mind big drippy fresh peaches from Charlie, Texas, 
Don't blink as you go through Charlie.
You may miss both the town and the peaches. 
They are the best peaches I have ever had. 
And I live in the Peach State! 
That should tell you how good Charlie Texas peaches are!
All us kids would pile into the car and Mom would drive us to go pick peaches.
We'd come home full of peaches.
Both our stomachs as well as the paper bags in the back of the station wagon were full!
Mom would make peach preserves...
if the fresh peaches weren't devoured first!
I think I'll make some peach cobbler this weekend !


  1. sounds like a wonderful recipe. my grandfather use to make the best fresh peach ice cream.

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  3. @genStory Girl - Thanks! Oh my goodness. Fresh Peach ice cream. Does that sound delicious or WHAT!!!???? Is summer here yet? Do you have his recipe? I would love to add it to this posting -

  4. @Judy Oh I love it! You are too sweet.....and what a great April Fool's thing LOL! But seriously - Thanks so much - will have to do that this weekend!


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