July 22, 2008

Cherry Rhubarb Cobbler

I decided that since I bought Dorie's Baking cookbook and was making recipes from there, that I would go ahead and join the Tuesdays with Dorie group. So, this is my first post as a member of this group! This week's Tuesday's with Dorie recipe came from Amanda of Like Sprinkles on a Cupcake. Amanda chose Cherry Rhubarb Cobbler.

My first thought was "Oh man. This is my first TWD week and rhubarb is now out of season and I just used the last of my frozen rhubarb on Justin's Birthday Pie." I was deflated. Then, I saw how expensive fresh cherries were and I thought there was just no way I would be able to do this weeks challenge. Well, as luck would have it, I cleaned out my refrigerator freezer and lo and behold, I found I did have one more package of rhubarb! Not only that, I found a can of cherries in my cupboard. So that is what I went with!

I was only able to get the one photo as this dish ended up going with my son Christopher to his dad's side of the family. His Great Grandmother Snow passed away on Friday - she was 94 years old. I will always remember his Great Grandma as a woman who never had a bad thing to say about anyone. She was a good woman and lived a long life. May she rest in peace.

For the full recipe go check out Like Sprinkles on a Cupcake and to see how the rest of the group did visit the blogroll.

27 comments:

Dhanggit said...

this is fantastic!! with the blazing heat of summer i would love to have some :-)

Natashya said...

Very pretty, I bet it was tasty!

Barbara Bakes said...

I didn't know rhubarb had a season. I thought it grew all summer. Silly me. My mom's maiden name is Snow.

nancysrecipes said...

Your cobbler looks great!

Jules Someone said...

Looks gorgeous! And welcome to the group!

carmencooks said...

Yum, your cobbler looks delicious!

noble pig said...

Looks great for your first entry! Keep it up!

Carrie said...

Yum - cobbler! Although I have never had cobbler with rhubarb, I am sure it is yummy!

Susie Homemaker said...

welcome to TWD - and serendipity!! yeah!! how fortunate!

Jenny said...

Mmmm, this cobbler sounds perfect. Another great TWD post!

Kevin said...

That looks good. Cherry and rhubarb sound like a good combo. I will have to try it.

Engineer Baker said...

Welcome to the group! Glad you could pull this one off :)

Prudy said...

Congrats on your blog award and your pretty cobbler.

Judy said...

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. Your cobbler looks great.

Pamela said...

Your cobbler looks great. Such bright red juice! Welcome to TWD!

Pam said...

Looks delicious! I love cobbler!

Susie said...

Shelby - You are awesome! Your blog is gonna make you as famous as some other people ;) and I can say "I knew her when!" LOL I'm gonna try that cobbler, but instead of cherries I'm gonna try pineapple after this wonderful dessert I had on a trip to Boston!

tigerfish said...

Just done with dinner and I want some dessert like this NOW!

Nickki said...

Welcome to TWD! Your cobbler looks so tasty :)

Medena said...

Hi there! I miss you too, and everyone else! I have been on a vacation for two weeks, and worked too (away from home, driving).

I am back for couple of days now, but it's going to take me time to get back on track in the foodie world! :)
You did great on this recipe, looks scrumptious!

Erin said...

Your cobbler looks great :)

Jaime said...

beautiful cobbler! i'm sorry to hear about grandma snow

Barbara said...

Love your cobbler! Welcome! It looks like a good way to remember Grandma Snow.

familiabencomo said...

Looks beautiful! Sorry to hear about Granma Snow. It was great that you could honor her with such a wonderful dessert.

xoxox Amy

Jude said...

Looks so nice. So many cobbler posts I'm starting to get a craving for it.

Dolores said...

Welcome, and congratulations on a beautiful cobbler.

Donna said...

I knew you couldn't resist for long! Welcome to TWD! And your cobbler looks very perty too!

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