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My uncle posted someone’s recipe for pineapple cream cheese cobbler on my grandma’s facebook page. It looked delicious and tempting, and an idea came to me while I was thinking about it. Could cobbler be made in a rice cooker? I wouldn’t want to use baking powder, so how about trying to make a pie in a rice cooker? A pie with only a top crust. That would be like a cobbler, right? So, I commented on the post, messaged my grandmother, and was soon up and slicing vegetables. What did I get? An unleavened cobbler. I tasted some of it and almost ate a scoop, but decided to wait until tomorrow for breakfast. Perhaps it will be best warm? It’s still in the rice cooker, so I can warm it up, but though it’s delicious warm, I think I’ll taste it cold first. Mmmm…already looking forward to breakfast.
North meets the tropics on this juice-fast-Tuesday in this delicious, refreshing blend.
Cool. Creamy. Refreshing. Delicious! This also adds a boost of energy.
Another nice, cool, refreshing drink for a hot early autumn/late summer day. Continue reading
It’s apple season. Last Thursday evening, I brought back some more apples from my step grandparents’ bushels of fresh-picked apples. I didn’t have many, because I didn’t have much time (when I found the bushels) to look through them.