Peach Cobbler Time

Hi Friends,

I know that Fall is just around the corner and I get pretty excited.  It is my favorite time of the year.  I want to enjoy (relish in) the last weeks of summer and not get too ahead of myself.  What can be a more perfect ending to  a summertime meal than peach cobbler.

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Before making this very simple cobbler, I wanted to set a table with this beautiful fruit.

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These beautiful cups that match perfectly were a gift from Connie.

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This matching serving platter matches the cups.

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I’ve had this tablecloth for several years.  It has a fall touch to it with the bounty of the season displayed.  Absolutely love it!

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The purple bowls just pull everything together.   Using my wooden handled utensils from Pier I to partner with my wooden chargers.  

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My Mother’s sweet little plate holds the peach I am fixing for a little snack.

My recipe for my cobbler is easy:  1 cup self rising flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup milk, 1 stick of butter and 4 cups fresh peach slices.  Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes. Something that easy should not be so delicious.  A small scoop of ice cream for the top.  If you are short on time, this is a perfect alternative.

Blessings to everyone and thanks for dropping by,

   Dianne

4 thoughts on “Peach Cobbler Time

  1. Oh, yes…..I can just taste the delicious Peach Cobbler! Your fruits tablecloth totally perfect to house the plum, green and white dishes. But the most beautiful plate is your Mother’s vintage one with the buds of what I think are from apple and peach trees. Thank you for bringing the beauty and bounty of the season to enjoy!

    1. Connie, I am so behind. Thank you for your sweet comments. Yes, I, too, think that this looks like peach buds on these little plates. No telling how old they are and well used. Mother and Dad ate out of them at the end of their life a lot because they ate such small portions. Thank you for the beautiful cups and platter that gives great joy!

  2. Dianne, this is the same recipe I use, it is so easy, but delicious. Your tablescape is beautiful with the peaches as the star. I do love the tablecloth and your dish stack. Happy Sunday, dear friend!

  3. Pam, sorry so late in my reply. We busy girls have to have simple recipes. I think fruit and vegetables make such beautiful center pieces. Our favorite season is on its way and that means pumpkins galore. Thank you dear friend for everything.

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