National Peach Cobbler Day
It’s National Peach Cobbler Day! A cobbler is a deep-dish fruit pie covered with a thick crust made from biscuit dough. This delicious dessert originated in the American West during the 19th century. Although for many years people did not consider cobbler fashionable enough to serve to guests, it has now earned a permanent place in the pantheon of wholesome American desserts.
Did you know that the world’s largest peach cobbler was 11x5 feet across and 8 inches deep? It appeared at the Georgia Peach Festival in 2007 and contained 90 pounds of butter, 150 pounds of sugar, 150 pounds of flour, 32 gallons of milk, and 75 gallons of peaches!
To celebrate National Peach Cobbler Day, bake a delicious peach cobbler for dessert tonight!
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