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August 08, 2008

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Manggy

HAH! I love the quantity in the recipe-- "However many peaches, plums and apricots you need to use up." That's the spirit :) I'd love to have some, maybe with some custard or ice cream on the side...
If you can get someone to get one at Costco, maybe you should get that $50 1.5 quart ice cream maker... They use up so much fruit to make a measly amount of sorbet or ice cream, plus you are able to use fruits that are hanging on by a thread. Third bonus is that you get to eat something chilly to counteract the heat! :)

Deborah

First of all, I love the individual dishes!! And I love that you combined all of the fruit - I bet that was quite a treat!

Deeba

Oh yummy...I love these rustic fruity bakes where you can throw in a bit of this & that.Peeled, unpeeled & it looks & tastes gorgeous! Love the bowls too. And am going greener & greener everytime I read about this very envious CSA (???), fruit share & farmer's market stuff Ann.

Rosa

A gorgeous cobbler! I love those fruits! Wonderful!

Cheers,

Rosa

Meeta

Oh yeah me too - i am enjoying stone fruit is every way too. I have not tried a cobbler with it though. A great idea!

Susan from Food Blogga

I suppose having too much fruit is a good problem, huh? That's why cobblers, crisps, and crumbles are ideal anytime desserts to use up sweet, ripe fruit. It looks terrific, Ann.

Julie

Love the simplicity of this. Also, your CSA sounds awesome.

michelle

Oh geez, it IS cute! I'm definitely missing the stone fruits. I love that you found a fruit CSA, I didn't even know they had them until you started talking about yours!

noble pig

Beautiful. I want to join a CSA too but worry I won't be able to use everything. I guess I just have to be creative!

brilynn

Your little dishes are definitely cute, that looks great! I haven't had my share of peaches yet this year, I'm craving some.

grace

this sounds AMAZING. i'm about to be given a bucket full of plums, so this page is becoming a shortcut on my desktop. :)

Lori Lynn @ Taste With The Eyes

I absolutely love your idea to sub ginger for cinnamon. I like cinnamon, but am not wild about it. So in some future recipe, I will try this substitution.

Ann - Those little pots are breakin' my heart...

kellypea

Hahahaha -- I went through a whole hurry up and use the fruit thing this morning, too. Your cobbler looks and sounds PERFECT to me right now. I love being lazy with peelings, too. The flavor is so much better, I think. Very nice dessert!

JEP

Oh I love the idea of this recipe...I can customize it to fit my individual single-person needs. btw, I have never used bread cubes in a cobbler before but you have convinced me!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I love an accommodating cobbler! Just dump in all the fruit you have, and it always seems to work out. Can you freeze this for later use?

Johanna

ah, the tyranny of a surplus! I also put fruit in salads in summer when I fear it might not get eaten! I would love some ripe stone fruit right now - we are coming to the end-of-winter scarcity of fruit

Zita

Yummm...I'm alwasy in the mood for cobler, yours looks amazing, can almost smell the ground ginger... love your blue mini dish :)

Aparna

Cobbler is a great fruit idea and this looks good. Really liked the single serving presentation.

Aran

cobbler, crumble, pie... all so summery, refreshing and good.

Jacob

This recipe is too easy (and delicious) to pass up!

lin

what a great idea! i've been in the mood for making peach cobbler.!

mindy

Oh my gosh; this looks great. I was quite the cobbler aficionado in college, but haven't had any in a while. Love the big, thick, crusty top on this version.. mmm!

tshirt

Miam miam... I'm hungry now :D

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