Are you going to prepare something really tasty for your home dessert on Sunday, but your children don’t like homemade bakery? – Oh, this is a real problem, but not in this case in fact. Today we are going to propose you a recipe of rather delicious or even yummy thing called Homemade Kentucky Blackberry Cobbler. This Kentucky-style blackberry cobbler is perfect for hot summer evenings. Best enjoyed with cream and a cold mint julep on your wrap-around porch. There is an episode in my pick-your-own past that I remember quite vividly, and it involves those Kentucky sapphires commonly known as blackberries. This is a fond memory and a very important building block to my relationship with food– you can’t get any closer to the ground than hand-selecting your food straight off the bush.
Even though the day in the fields ended up a bit traumatic because I received my first bee sting, I was treated inside the farmhouse almost immediately, and we were soon back home with our spoils. All in all, it was a champion for great homegrown foods. With such a surplus, we sprinkled the berries with sugar and froze them in big bags…from which little lady gourmet hands snuck frozen treats every fifteen minutes. Best served warm or at room temperature with warmed cream or fresh whipped cream. You can store this at room temperature with foil over it for 2 to 3 days, probably longer in the fridge…but it never lasts that long for me!
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