Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Peach Cobbler

Have you ever wanted to git nakid and waller in your food. Rarely does that happen but tonight Jilda made a Peach Cobbler, and that very thought crossed my mind. Not sure where it came from - frankly it was a little frightening and I wish it had stayed there but now that's it's said I don't have to contend with it rattling around in my head.
My sister-in-law Debbie who lives next door had been in Clanton, Alabama over the weekend. There's not a lot to see in Clanton, but they can grow some peaches down there. In fact, their water tower is shaped like a big ol' peach. It's hard to miss as you drive down Interstate 65 towards Mobile.
But back to this peach cobbler - Jilda's recipe is:
You peel up a bunch of peaches. She used about a dozen in this case as they were small from of the lack of rain but they were really tasty.
Slice and put the peaches in a 8x11 baking dish
Mix a cup of sugar
A cup of self-rising flour
A up of milk
1 stick of melted butter (the real stuff no substitutes)
1/4 teaspoon of ginger
1/2 teaspoon of Cinnamon
Mix all this up and pour over the peaches
Bake in the oven at 350 until golden or until you get the urge to remove clothing.


  1. Anonymous9:51 PM

    What do you mean that is not a lot to do in Clanton? June 29th is the 3rd Annual Peach Jam Jubilee in downtown Clanton from 6-10 PM with Arts/crafts, food, kid activities and live music. The musical line up will include Ryan Mins, Blast from the Past, Southen Pride and headliner Kevin Derryberr

  2. Wow! I stand corrected. Will there be any Peach Cobbler there? If so, you've been forewarned about my reaction to peach cobbler.


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