Blackberry Cobbler

Instead of using only blackberries, try mixing in some raspberries and blueberries as well. Or replace the blackberries with sliced peaches or nectarines and a handful of dried sour cherries or cranberries. A combination of 3 or 4 plum varieties, all pitted and quartered, is also wonderful. If you like, add a pinch of freshly grated nutmeg or a dash of vanilla or almond extract to the fruit. Or sprinkle a small handful of sliced almonds or chopped pecans over the topping before baking.
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Mardy
Seattle, WA
April 30, 2010
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Company Pleasing Blackberry Cobler
April 30, 2010
I llive in the NW where blackberries grow like weeds. Last August I froze some berries and realized in January that I needed to use them up. I have tried cobblers/pies before with little satisfaction. I decided to use this William Sonoma recipe. Wow! It was great. Our company was impressed.
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lovingtobake
Davis, CA
April 30, 2010
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My Go to Recipe for Berries
April 30, 2010
This is my favorite recipe to use when I have picked fresh berries for the summer. It is so much easier than making a crust for a pie. I have made this many times for my friends and family and it always gets eaten up!