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  • There is this debate over which cobblers are the best
  • I had been searching online for a couple of years now for the exact peach cobbler recipe my grandma used to make me, and I found the recipe on the Food Network website under Paula Deen
  • Even though I love watching Paula's show, I wasn't quite sure about the Peach cobbler recipe because I actually missed that episode and I wasn't sure if it was the recipe I was looking
  • The first time I added the milk slowly like the directions said to prevent clumping, but I thought I was a pro cook and ended up have clumps a couple times after
  • I know Paula likes her butter and I was hesitant about putting a whole stick of butter in the oven to melt because I wasn't stirring it into anything

    • by C.Channing
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      I’m from the South and cobblers are a big deal where I’m from. There are various types of cobblers to choose from, but my all time favorite is the peach cobbler. There is this debate over which cobblers are the best: the soft, cake like cobblers and the pie crust type. When I was younger, I had the cake like peach cobbler and I’ve been hooked every since.

      I had been searching online for a couple of years now for the exact peach cobbler recipe my grandma used to make me, and I found the recipe on the Food Network


      website under Paula Deen. Even though I love watching Paula’s show, I wasn’t quite sure about the Peach cobbler recipe because I actually missed that episode and I wasn’t sure if it was the recipe I was looking; however, I printed out the recipe and gathered all the ingredients I would need.

      All together, I would say the prep time took me about fifteen minutes because it was a new recipe for me, and I found myself double checking the directions to make sure I was doing everything right. The first time I added the milk slowly like the ...


      • directions said to prevent clumping, but I thought I was a pro cook and ended up have clumps a couple times after. I know Paula likes her butter and I was hesitant about putting a whole stick of butter in the oven to melt because I wasn’t stirring it into anything. When I poured the mixture and the peaches into my dish, I had a little spillage, but nothing serious. While cooking, the cobbler top baked over but it looked good from what I could tell. Instead of letting it sit when I took it out the oven, I
        jumped in and scooped some out for myself in a bowl.

        The peach cobbler looked exactly what I used to have as a kid: the fluffy cake smoldering with peaches and sauce that made the cake part so rich and creamy. Yum. The first bite brought back all the memories I had as a kid and I could not get enough.

        Overall, Paula Deen’s peach cobbler recipe is a good recipe for anyone who enjoys reach and creamy-cake cobbler. You’re stomach will appreciate you if you decide to use the recipe, and it can be eaten by itself or with ice cream.




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