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Monday, May 16, 2016

Oh, my! From Pie! Pie! Pie! to Cobbler! Cobbler! Cobbler!

NO! Not gobble! gobble! gobble! Of course, you may just find yourself gobbling down today's menu item. Desserts are good any time and what better dessert than cobbler. We celebrated Deep Dish Deliciousness and Oh,my! Pie! Pie! Pie! last month with their specialties being Peach Cobbler and Blueberry Pie respectfully. Ready for another cobbler? There is always room for dessert!!

May 17 is...
NATIONAL CHERRY COBBLER DAY

http://www.chefscatalog.com/recipe/detail/1017-cherry-almond-drop-biscuit-cobbler.aspx?sourcecode=FW2SM1093
 Click HERE for recipe!
You already know what's on the menu today! Cherry cobbler, a dessert made with fresh cherries and a thick, pillowy crust! It is so delicious our nation has actually declared May 17 National Cherry Cobbler Day. This red and juicy fruit makes for the perfect filling and the best sweet end to lunch or dinner or any time any between for that matter.
A bit of cherry American history...
The United States has historically been the largest exporter of cherries worldwide. In theUnited States, most sweet cherries are grown inWashingtonCaliforniaOregon, and NorthernMichigan. Sweet cherry cultivars include "Bing", "Brooks", "Tulare", "King" and "Rainier". In addition, the Lambert variety is grown on the eastern side of Flathead Lake in northwestern Montana. Both Oregon and Michigan provide light-colored "Royal Ann" ('Napoleon'; alternately "Queen Anne") cherries for the maraschino cherry process. Most sour (also called tart) cherries are grown in Michigan, followed by UtahNew York, and Washington. Native and non-native cherries grow well in Canada (Ontario and British Columbia). Sour cherries include Nanking and Evans Cherry. Traverse City, Michigan claims to be the "Cherry Capital of the World", hosting a National Cherry Festival and making the world's largest cherry pie.
Source: American as Cherry Cheesecake
Ready for some recipes?

http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/easy-cherry-cobbler
Easy Cherry Cobbler Recipe

 Simple Cherry Cobbler Recipe

http://www.recipe.com/cherry-apple-cobbler/
Cherry-Apple Cobbler Recipe

http://thepennywisemama.com/2015/04/crock-pot-cherry-cobbler.html
 Crock Pot Cherry Cobbler Recipe

https://recipesrecipesrecipes.wordpress.com/2012/05/17/recipe-of-the-day-skillet-cherry-cobbler-national-cherry-cobbler-day/
Skillet Cherry Cobbler Recipe

http://blog.streaminggourmet.com/2012/05/17/cherry-cobbler/
 Cherry Cobbler w/ 'Biscuity' Topping Recipe

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/72815/fresh-cherry-cobbler/
Fresh Cherry Cobbler Recipe

 Cherry Nut Cobbler Recipe

And when you thought you had seen enough...

https://lastnightspartiesandlastnightshorrorshow.wordpress.com/2014/05/17/national-cherry-cobbler-day-recipe-and-spell/
 Black Cherry Passion Cobbler (and Spell) Recipe

Cherry Cherry Cobbler Cupcakes Recipe

Cherry Cobbler Pizza Recipe
 
Here is a unique twist...


This raw delectable delight will keep you from
"Falling off the Wagon!" It satisfies literally every craving, and
you can eat it all without guilt because it is low in fat!


Now, that calls for applause, loud and clear!



yum, yum, yum . . . yummy!