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First Successful Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler

jfarleyjfarley Posts: 145
edited October 2012 in EggHead Forum
After four attempts, including the second attempt at this recipe I pulled off a delicious peach cobbler:

http://www.biggreenegg.com/recipes/peach-cobbler/

I stuck to the written recipe (the video varies a bit). The first time I tried the bread was a bit doughy, not quite completely cooked. I let the second attempt go a bit longer, closer to 50 - 55 minutes. Even thought the dome temp dropped to around 400 degrees the dough was cooked through. Having cooked it with the lid off, it had a beautiful crust and was a big hit at the dinner table. I served it right at the table with the DO sitting on two bricks. Even though the picture makes it look a bit burnt around the edges that was not a problem with the flavor and the DO seasoning made clean up easy. We will be doing this recipe again.   


LBGE - July 2012
Valencia, CA

Comments

  • Looks really good, great job!
  • That looks great!

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  • TjcoleyTjcoley Posts: 3,500
    Looks good.  Got to move this one up the to do list.
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 15,575
    Tjcoley said:

    Looks good.  Got to move this one up the to do list.

    +1....nice job.

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  • butertbutert Posts: 202
    How many whole fresh peaches would you put in this recipie?
    Cooking on a XL BGE from Allendale, Mi.
  • MaccoolMaccool Posts: 191
    butert said:
    How many whole fresh peaches would you put in this recipie?

    My question too. Four 15 ounce cans comes out to be about 7.5 cups. Seems like a lot...
  • hapsterhapster Posts: 7,420
    I've done this using a bag of the frozen peaches.

    You nailed this one! Great job!
  • MeTedMeTed Posts: 564
    @jfarley what size DO is that?
    Belleville, Michigan

    Just burnin lump in Sumpter
  • jfarleyjfarley Posts: 145
    Butert and McCool. Sorry I'm not checking the forum like I used to. Just saw your question. This may sound  weird but I actually like this recipe better with canned peaches. I tried doing a similar one with fresh peaches a couple of years ago (we get some great ones in CA during season) but it just was not the same. The liquid/syrup from the can seems to make a big difference.

    MeTed, It is the BGE brand DO. Not sure if they sell different sizes. This one measures 12" in diameter and 4" tall without the lid. It has no legs. Good size for most recipes. You may do better with a Lodge or other brand that has legs. The legs would give the advantage of keeping the bottom from sitting directly on the platesetter. I have to use a mini grate.

    Hapster. I'll be driving through Chester County in a couple of weeks. My wife and my first significant time spent in Pennsylvania. Her goal to see the QVC tour and Hershey chocolate (ahhhhhh!). Mine to check out the history in Philadelphia and Gettysburg. We'll then venture south into VA before heading north to NY. Big trip for this California born and raised boy.  
    LBGE - July 2012
    Valencia, CA
  • hapsterhapster Posts: 7,420
    Have a safe trip. You're going to love the history of Philadelphia.
  • DMWDMW Posts: 9,354
    @jfarley If you are a beer drinker, there are a couple breweries that will be on your path I can recommend. Victory in Downingtown, Lancaster Brewing Company in Lancaster, Appalachian Brewing Company has a several brew pubs in the area. I recommend ABC in Lititz, you can check out Wilbur Chocolate as well as some of the oldest Pretzel factories in the country. ABC is based in Harrisburg if you are there. In the Hershey area you can check out Troegs.

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  • jfarleyjfarley Posts: 145
    DMW, indeed I'm a beer drinker and love the microbrewery trend across the nation. All places duly noted. We'll have a night in Lancaster on our way up to NY to meet relatives. Thanks!

    LBGE - July 2012
    Valencia, CA
  • Wow.
    Dave - Austin, TX
  • jcasparyjcaspary Posts: 1,479
    Looks fantastic. Going to have to give this a try.
    XL BGE, LG BGE, and a hunger to grill everything in sight!!!
    Joe- Strongsville, OH
  • EggcelsiorEggcelsior Posts: 12,552
    DMW said:

    @jfarley If you are a beer drinker, there are a couple breweries that will be on your path I can recommend. Victory in Downingtown, Lancaster Brewing Company in Lancaster, Appalachian Brewing Company has a several brew pubs in the area. I recommend ABC in Lititz, you can check out Wilbur Chocolate as well as some of the oldest Pretzel factories in the country. ABC is based in Harrisburg if you are there. In the Hershey area you can check out Troegs.


    Troegs Troegs Troegs! Their brewery is fantastic.
  • Thanks for sharing. I am attempting this tomorrow.

    Southern, Tennessee

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  • DobieDobie Posts: 1,651
    I made this on Labor Day and it was the bomb! Super easy, and I do not bake.
    Not playing well with others in Jacksonville FL
  • Troges is a great brewery to visit and it right next door to Hershey park. Nice tour and GREAT beer.
    Aurora,OH
  • GeorgeSGeorgeS Posts: 949
    If at first you do not succeed try try again! Great job!
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  • cook861cook861 Posts: 867
    Nice dessert did you have some ice cream with it to  :)
    Trenton ON 1 mbge for now
  • jfarleyjfarley Posts: 145
    Thanks to all for the brewery recommendations. Sorry Im so late to post. We were already on a tight schedule but did manage to get to the Lancaster Brewery. The Hop Hog Ale was great. We loved our first trip through this great part of our nation.
    LBGE - July 2012
    Valencia, CA
  • antonanton Posts: 1,763
    Yes please and thank you! Next time pics with ice cream on top with it melting down on the cut side so I can see fruit!!
    :-B :D
     Using a MBGE,woo/w stone,livin' in  Hayward California," The Heart Of The Bay "
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