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Friday, November 28, 2008


My suggestion for any type berry that's ripe, or even a day past prime, is Cobbler.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

Melt one stick butter, no substitutions, in 9x12 glass baking dish.

Mix well together
~one cup self-rising flour
~one cup sugar
~one cup milk
~one tablespoon baking powder
~teaspoon vanilla OR almond - both taste wonderful with berries

In sauce pan, heat one quart berries - black, blue, rasp or mix berries until you've got a quart

Pour flour, sugar, milk mixture over melted butter.
Pour heated berries over all and bake about twenty minutes or until brown.

This is really, really good with ice cream while looking at a beautiful knitting book.

BTW, Fiber Femmes blog has some great book reviews today.

My stove is a 1914 Acorn and to say the ovens are cranky is to put it mildly. I've learned to bake visually.

Sandra @ Thistle Cove Farm

1 comment:

Channon said...

Yum! I just printed a great butterscotch apple blondie recipe at Sheri of The Loopy Ewe's blog, and now this!