Monday, June 28, 2010

Blueberry Peach Cobbler

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Saturday night one of my supper clubs I belong to got together for summer themed dinner.  I made a Blueberry Peach Cobbler from the current issue of Cooking Light magazine! It was recommended by one of my blog readers, Karen, who I've actually met in person a few times while I've been out and about shopping!  This cobbler was really good and they have the recipe printed on their website. Click here to see it. Thank you Karen for the recommendation!
At our dinner, my friend Andrea told me that she just bought a new house and she had just met the previous owner and they were talking about decorating and she (the previous owner) told her about a blog she reads....It was MY blog! What a small world!  Andrea told her she was in a supper club with me and come to find out...I had actually met the previous owner once at the Sacramento Antique Faire!  What  a small world!  It probably wouldn't be so weird if we lived in a small town but this is the San Francisco Bay Area with millions of people! I'm still shocked!



House and Garden Boutique said...

Cindy, it is a small world indeed! What a great story! The blueberry Peach Cobbler looks sooooo yummy. A good summertime dessert. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I had something similiar happen at my of my dealers grew up with a sorority sister of mine from college at Univ of Ky. And I now live in Georgia and the dealer grew up in TN. We discovered this on Facebook when we friending people.

Bir Dut Masalı - nUnU said...

How much cake looks beautiful


Shane Pollard said...

Hi Cindy

Your supper club sounds fun and YOUR Cobbler looks amazing, I can almost smell it from here!
AND I'm in New Zealand about 12,000 miles away, so beat that for good sence of smell :))

YES a small world in so many ways and now we're called a global village!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Looks so good! yes - it is a very small world. :)

Dudu Soler said...

Cindy ... small world? at times, but ...
note that your blog is read in the five continents. Many Spanish friends read and are followers of your blog!
When a blog is pretty, stylish, different...these things happen! haha
I'm happy for you.
Many kisses from Barcelona (Europe haha)

Elsie said...

Cindy I am jumping with joy. I just
picked 3 gal. of blueberries at my
son's house and made 23 pints of
jelly. I saved about 1 gal. to make
blueberry muffins,but I like the
way that cobbler looks. I love peaches so does hubby so I am going
to try this. That would be with ice
cream too. Can't have it without that.
Your small world story was interesting. Isn't it funny how
sometimes things work out like that. Kinda like it was meant to be. Wish we had a supper club here
so I would not have to eat my own
cooking all the time. ":O)

Lynn said...

Cindy, this cobbler looks and sounds so delish! Thank you for sharing! I, too, think it is a small world sometimes!

Have a great day and I love reading your blog!


Charlene said...

YUM!!!! I would love a big ole' bowl of that right now! Extra peaches & ice cream!

It is indeed a small world but, I think the advice to visit "that blog" was a great one. Don't you? :)

HUGS! Charlene

Elizabeth said...

That image is making my mouth water. Yum! Who knew cobbler could be a "light" recipe!

Anonymous said...

Cindy, that peach cobler looks just delicious! Will pop by your link & get the receipe.
It really is a small world & hopefully in the future I will get to the USA & visit all you lovely blogging ladies!

mo said...

yummy! I just love summer fruit...especially blueberries and peaches...wish I was there *wink* mo

Dreams and Decor said...

Mmmmm, I am definitely making that! It looks soooo delicious & I just happen to have blueberries!!! Thanks for the recipe link. Patti in TX

Denise@alloverroses said...

Your cobbler looks so yummy I can almost smell it! I'm a bay area native. Born in San Francisco, grew up in Burlingame. We lived in San Jose for 24 years until we moved here to Roseville. It's sooo much hotter here!

Have a great week!

Alison Gibbs said...

Oh yummy, your photos are making me so, so hungry.
Amazing how small the world is

Donna said...

How sweet! I mean the story and the dessert. Oh my, that is so unfair to post a photo like that..I'm on a diet! Sigh.. still it does look wonderful!

Isn't it funny how you find out about followers. I've had people mention that they had been following for months and they were friends I had known for years...yet I usually found out by accident. It's nice to know people enjoy your blog isn't it? I know that I do!

Donna @ Comin' Home

Anonymous said...

Silly me...I decided to make it this evening after my husband decided to put in a movie. Not paying attention to the time I proceeded to make this yummy concoction substituting apricots from my yard for the peaches. I put the dish in the oven, checked the time and it says 1 hour! HMMM. It's 11:00pm. Guess I'll be up a while. I will let you know how it tastes! Marcia

SocksAndMittens said...

This looks so good, Cindy! Wonderful photos & recipe! I love your blog and have selected it for the Beautiful Blogger Award: ~Tanya

Debbiedoos said...

It is a small World after all.....I love me some cobbler CIndy and this looks outstanding. I wanted to thank you again for the shout out, it brought me a lot of activity and views....I really am so appreciative!!~ Debbie

Kamini said...

That's a gorgeous looking blueberry cobbler, I am drooling over the keyboard as I type....! Haven't seen blueberries in the market here...or else I'd be running to get them! I love your blog by the way!

Terrell said...

YUMMM!! What a delightful mix...blueberry/peach! I never would have thought! That crust looks amazing! and of course you have to have a scoop of vanilla ice cream to top it off! What a great recipe!!
Thanks for sharing!
~Terrell @ FrouFrouDecor~

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I know I would love this...all my favorite ingredients! ♥

Glenda said...

Looks yummy.

My best memory of a cobbler, was years ago, when we were little. Before we left my grandparents farm after a long vacation. We went down the road and picked wild blackberries. When we brought them back, my grandmother took them and made a blackberry cobbler from scratch and when we pulled out the next morning she had put it in a big mason jar, and send the bulk of it with us to eat when we decided to stop and eat. I have not eaten anything as good as that ever.
Cobblers with ice cream on a warm summer night.....THE BEST !!!!!


Diane said...

Oh Yum! Gonna have to try that!

Grandma September said...

You are just too cute, Cindy! I was telling my art journal teacher about your blog, and was worried that I'd get the actual name wrong since we were standing in the workshop, and someone else provided it. At that point, I realized, girl, you are almost famous. :D xoxo Happy 4th, my dear friend of forever.

cmt said...

Looks very tasty. blog friends are you?