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Fruit Cobbler 512 Ways Recipe

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Added: Sunday, September 21, 2008


Pick one from each column for up to 512 fruity combinations. Choose the freshest, prettiest fruit you can find, and toss with a spice and a liqueur. You can adjust the quantities to match
your taste.

Fruit: 4 Cups:
Blueberries & chopped peaches
Chopped mangos & pineapple
Strawberries and sliced kiwi fruit
Raspberries and chopped papayas
Chopped nectarines and plums
Strawberries and chopped pears
Pitted cherries and chopped peaches
Chopped apricots and raspberries

Spices: 2 tsp:
Ground cinnamon
Ground allspice
Grated lemon peel
Freshly grated nutmeg
Ground ginger
Ground Cardamom
Crushed anise seed
Minced crystallized ginger

Liqueur: cup:
Peach brandy
Raspberry liqueur
Orange liqueur
Almond flavor liqueur
Hazelnut liqueur
Vanilla liqueur
Pear brandy
Cherry liqueur

Top with homemade biscuits or a refrigerated biscuit product. Bake as directed for the biscuits to brown. You can substitute a crumb topping for biscuits if desired.

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Source: First for Woman July 1997




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