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Old 05-16-2013, 04:03 PM   #1
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Since strawberry season is upon us, I thought I would mention a cobbler they serve at a local restaurant.

It is a warm strawberry cobbler. I imagine you could make it like and berry cobbler, with whatever ingredients you usually use. It is just really good with the strawberries.

When I come up with a recipe I like, I will post it. I usually think of shortcake when I think of using strawberries for dessert. terry r.
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Old 05-16-2013, 04:34 PM   #2
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YUM!

But...where in tarnation do you live where "strawberry season is upon us"???

My strawberry plants here in Washington have barely begun to even bloom!

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Old 05-17-2013, 03:53 PM   #3
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Mine are just blooming, but it won't be long. You can get those great big things, with less taste, at supermarkets everywhere.

I am just giving folks a heads up on a possible strawberry dessert. Already looking forward to picking some.

We live in Ohio and it won't be long.
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Ours are at least 3 weeks away, but they are the best strawberries in the world! By the way, if you want the nicest looking frozen strawberries, try using dry ice. I did it a couple of years ago - used a styrofoam ice chest with 25 lbs of 1" - 3" chunks, dropped a couple of quarts of berries & 15 minutes later dug them out & into the freezer. They look exactly like they did when they went into the dry ice. Unfortunately, while they look great while frozen, when thawed they are no better than traditionally frozen berries.

My favorite use is Bisquick based strawberry short cake with homemade strawberry jam between layers & real whip cream.
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I just notice I actually have some with berries. Not ripe yet though.
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Great idea, using the dry ice.

I dehydrate a lot of them. They are good in baked goods, and I like to put a few slices in my ice water. They also work well in cereal. Not to mention, they taste good to just eat a few. terry r.
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Mine would never make it to the kitchen.
And it takes a bunch to fill me up.

If some do make it, we eat them with pie crust.
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