Xpost: Looking for a great peach cobbler recipe

I'd prefer a cobbler with a pie-type crust rather than a cake crust. I could just buy a crust, but that seems like punking out.

Anyone got a recipe?
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Pie crust makes pandowdy. Biscuit crust makes cobbler.

http://leitesculinaria.com/44963/rec...h-cobbler.html

I don't really have a recipe for cobbler since I just kind of improvise it depending on mood, but that one is a good basic one and incorporates cornmeal, which I like for peaches. You can use all flour if you prefer.
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I made the cobbler and it was OK. It wasn't sweet enough for me though. I don't think I'd like cornmeal in a cobbler so I used all flour. If I make the recipe again, I'll just add more sugar. But I think I'll keep on the lookout for a pandowdy recipe.
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For me, that recipe actually has too much sugar. But then, I only make cobbler with peaches in season, which have a ton of flavor and I don't like sugar covering that up.
Cornmeal is great with stone fruit.
Yeah, I should make it with peaches in-season (when is that, BTW?). I used frozen. Don't bash your head into your desk too hard! K?
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I think frozen's fine, but it isn't as juicy and sweet as fresh ripe fruit.
It's a summer fruit. The month will change depending on where you live. Late June to July is when they usually start popping up here.
Mmmmm, peach cobbler!

I'm all for using frozen stuff, but nothing beats a fresh peach in cobbler. Next time you make one taste your fruit first and adjust the sugar accordingly.

Now I'm craving peach cobbler and peach ice cream. Oh mercy.




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I don't love fruit desserts (I know, I'm a freak) but I LOVE this recipe by Pioneer Woman: Peach Crisp with Maple Cream Sauce. Not exactly a cobbler, but still fantastic. I usually double the crumble topping and half the sauce recipe-- it makes loads. It helps to use peaches that are fairly firm still, since they are cooked-- if you use peaches that are too ripe they overcook.
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Stonewall peaches just started popping up here in Texas at roadside stands. I'm hoping we have a good crop this year since it actually rained a bit.
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