Cobbler? Crumble? Crisp???I've never eaten a cobbler before and, even though I read through the recipe, I figured a peach cobbler would be similar to an apple crisp. I suppose it is, but there is a definite difference.
According to ochef.com:
Now, the food porn:
Happy slices of peaches warming in the pot. I used about 7 cups or so of peach slices after searching the internet for what "4 lbs of peaches" equaled. 8 cups probably would have been better.
And I forgot to add the ginger.
The lemon zest made the whole apartment smell dreamy.
I decided to try the recipe today because the boy's mom, sister and his sister's fiance were visiting. Of course, they'd all just finished having a coffee before they arrived and didn't want any cobbler. His mom tried some a few hours later, at room temperature, and said it was good. I had some after they left and liked the flavour. The cobbler topping is far less sweet than a crisp topping, and is without the crunch of caramelized sugar.
I quite liked it and I keep going back for another forkful.